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30 May

Applying & Getting Into Vanderbilt University — Advice from Vanderbilt’s Dean of Admissions

By David Greenberg   , , , No comments

What do you consider the most significant parts of an admission application, the parts which applicants should prepare the most carefully?   While the most critical component of the application is the academic rigor, courses taken, and grades, all parts of the application are important in a holistic admissions process, as we have at Vanderbilt. […]

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29 May

Deciding Whether to Take the SAT or ACT

By David Greenberg   No comments

Getting ready to apply for college can be nerve-racking at best, terrifying at worst. Perhaps one of the most daunting obstacles between you and your dream school is the dreaded standardized test. There are two standardized tests that are accepted by almost every university: the SAT and the ACT. Choosing which of these two tests […]

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29 May

Getting Into Clemson University — Advice from Clemson’s Director of Undergraduate Admissions

By David Greenberg   No tags No comments

What do you consider the most significant parts of an application, the parts which applicants should prepare the most carefully? The most important part of a student’s application file is the high school record/transcript.  The preparation there begins at the beginning of the high school career.  As to the application form itself, it is important […]

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21 May

Which SAT II Subject Tests Should You Take?

By Alex Silva   , , No comments

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests, also known as SAT II’s, available for students to take in five general subject areas. Most colleges will recommend or require prospective students to take one of the Subject Tests that correspond with their area or program of study. If the college, or colleges, you are applying to don’t […]

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