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A college adviser explains the trick to nailing a particularly hard type of admissions essay

(College advisor Stacey Brook provided advice on how to write an admissions essay.AP) The White House issued a presidential proclamation on Friday deeming November National College Application Month. ... read more

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A former Ivy League admissions officer explains how students can stand out in a sea of excellent grades and test scores

During my time in the undergraduate admissions office at Cornell — and even more so as a college application adviser — I've come across stellar academic students whose applications didn't get the type ... read more

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A college adviser explains the trick to nailing a particularly hard type of admissions essay

The White House issued a presidential proclamation on Friday deeming November National College Application Month. As students work to finish their applications, many will struggle with how to approach ... read more



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