The Rise of Test Optional Admissions – Although many colleges have considered candidates for admission without standardized test results for years, there has been a recent increase in the number and selectivity of colleges offering test optional admissions.
Advice for New College Freshmen – One of the best parts of going off to college is the ability to create the “you” whom you want to be. Here are some suggestions to help you make a
Majors, Minors and Concentrations – Your guide to understanding the meaning of these terms, how they differ, and how to make your choices work for you.
Majoring in Criminology – Criminology is the study of the attributes of crime,
Predictive Analytics & Admissions – the rise of enrollment management programs is changing the face of admissions. Take every opportunity to learn as much as you can about your colleges, understanding that they are spending a great deal
With so many graduates starting to leave behind their high school life for the college dream, June seems like a great time to discuss studying aboard.
This month’s newsletter includes:
Why Study Abroad? –
Spring Break is right around the corner for high school students. For some, this means a genuine rest from studying and for others; it means a week dedicated to serious thought on their college dreams. For best results,
A2Z College Planning is pleased to announce that several of our Senior students have already received early acceptance into their top colleges!
Whether you’re just receiving your acceptance letters, you’re focused on keeping on track with your last
Happy New Year! Whether 2016 is the year you’re going away to college, or you’re just getting starting with your college admissions planning, January is a great time to begin setting goals.
This month’s newsletter
High school seniors are focusing on completing applications and taking any final SAT/ACT test. Other high school students are focusing on creating an academic profile which helps them be competitive in the admissions process.
This month’s newsletter topics include:
If you have friends who have already sent kids to college, you probably have heard stories about failure along with the ones on success. Failure isn’t always indicative of talent or desire; it can be caused by simple mistakes