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Navigating ADHD and College Admissions
It goes without saying: navigating college admissions can be stressful. While the process can be overwhelming for any student, those with ADHD often face different sets of challenges.
How to start the recruiting process
What should you do if you want to play your sport at the next level?
How is character assessed in the college admission process?
Colleges are now going beyond the numbers. What else do they consider?
Choosing Senior-Year Courses? Consider These Tips
A guide to course selection for high school juniors
Does Early Decision make college admissions less fair?
Early decision can benefit applicants, but does it level the playing field for everyone?
What to Avoid When Writing a College Essay
Avoid these common mistakes and leave a lasting impression!
Can I Use a Paper I Wrote for School as my College Essay?
Free yourself from that old writing, and start drafting new ideas!
How Much Does Topic Matter in a College Essay?
Can your essay topic really make or break your application?
A New Era for Admissions Practices?
Will current admissions practices foster a generation of more diverse leaders?
A Creative Passion’s Place in the College Application Process
Learn how to make your creative passion the star of your college application!
A New Strategy for College Essay Success
Use Words a Week to boost the efficacy of your college essays!
“Do I Need to Take a Foreign Language All Four Years of High School?”
Wondering whether you can drop your language course after you've fulfilled the requirement? Read on.
News Flash: Select Colleges Still Accepting Applications for Next Year’s Class
Still looking to apply? We've got you covered!
Is Early Decision Right for You?
The early decision application can be a major boon for some students. But is it the right choice for you?
An Open Letter to High School Juniors
Take control of your college process instead of letting it control you!
Finding Serenity Amidst Your College Application Process
Invoke the Serenity Prayer. Control the "controllables."
Are Letters of Recommendation Equitable?
Read on to find out why letters of rec are our newest topic of debate in the current era of admissions.
How to Channel Senioritis
Students can channel their natural feelings of "senioritis" into positive experiences of exploration that will help them figure out what they would like to do in life.
The SAT is Going Digital – Here’s What You Need to Know
News that is shaking the foundation of admissions.
The Test-Optional Movement
Will waiving standardized test scores stick around long-term or will schools revert back to old requirements?
Latest Admissions Trends According to the Common Application
Make sure to stay informed to have the best shot come application time!
Six Groups to Be Thankful for This Holiday Season in College Admissions
'Tis the season to be thankful!
Second-Guessing Come College Application Submission Time
Leave yourself enough time before deadlines so that second-guessing isn't necessary.
Dealing With College Application Burnout
Here's a a short guide on how to mitigate college application burnout this season.
Recycling Supplemental Essays for College Applications
How can you save yourself some time and energy while writing college essays?
How to Prioritize the Socio-Emotional Health of College Applicants
Let's focus on what really matters for college applicants.
A Salve for Starting the College Essay
How to get "unstuck" in the writing process for the college essay
How to Ask for Letters of Recommendation
It's time to starting thinking about your letters of recommendation.
Going on a Summer Vacation? Pair It with College Visits.
College campuses are open! Take advantage by visiting in person.
Common App Reveals New Essay Prompt
Read this to learn the reason the Common App made a major change to one of its essay prompts.
Is Legacy Preference in College Admissions Going Away Anytime Soon?
The disconnect between how colleges treat legacy students and the rest of the applicant pool isn’t as simple as it seems.
Summer’s the Time for the College Essay
It’s not too soon to seriously consider a topic for an impressive essay or personal statement.
Independent Educational Counselors (IEC)
Working with an independent educational counselor (IEC) means investing in a long-term relationship.
Announcing Our Launch
With a deep sense of pride and purpose, I am thrilled to announce the launch of Moxie College Counseling.