A recent survey shows that 27% of admissions officers have googled a college applicant, and 26% have visited social media accounts. If you’re applying to college it is worth the time to examine your social media presence.
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Applying for college have you stressed? Get tips on writing your college entrance essay, going on interviews and completing entrance exams. Bright Hub’s tips, articles and expert advice will have you prepared to ace your college admission exam in no time!
It seems like more and more high school seniors are experiencing college rejections each year. Is college admission getting competitive, or is it no tougher than it used to be? Read on for information about both sides of the controversy.
This article explains the general entrance requirements for nursing education. It explains the specific requirements for all the different education options, which include Associate’s degree, Bachelor’s degree, and Master’s degree.
College admissions departments consider many factors when assessing student applications. High test scores may play a significant role in a university’s decision to accept a new student. However, there is no perfect formula for high test scores and college admittance; SAT and ACT scores vary widely.
A college recommendation letter can make or break a student’s chances of getting in when competition is tough. That is why it is important to take everything seriously from the information you provide about a student, to the vocabulary for writing college recommendation letters.
With regards to college admissions, is there a difference between public vs. private high school and acceptance rates? Do private or public school students have better chances of gaining acceptance into college, and what aspects matter most?
Knowing how to transfer college credits from one school to another can save time and money when aspiring for a college degree. This knowledge can even benefit high school graduates looking to begin their college education.