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  • Regular Decision Notification Dates
    by Dan Stern on March 20, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    Seniors across the country have been patiently waiting to hear back from their Regular Decision schools. Hopefully, that patience will pay off in the next few weeks as hundreds of schools release their admissions decisions. Your list most likely contained a mix of safety, target, and reach schools, […]

  • The Risks of Senioritis
    by Dan Stern on March 8, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    Whether or not you got into college early, you may be feeling done with school! You've put countless hours of work into getting good grades, preparing for standardized tests, and writing college essays, and you definitely deserve a break. While you should breathe easier knowing that much of the […]

  • Early Application Decision Notification Dates
    by Dan Stern on December 12, 2018 at 2:27 am

    This is a big week for the thousands of students who applied early to schools this season as the majority of colleges release their admissions decisions this week. As the results trickle in, keep in mind that even if things don't work out with your dream school, you will end up at the right college […]

  • You're Not Too Late to Apply Early Decision II
    by Dan Stern on November 28, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    Even if you're waiting to hear back from your Early Decision school, make sure to keep working on your Regular Decision applications so you're not scrambling during your holiday break. The most successful students pace themselves and have a backup plan! With that in mind, make sure to check out the […]

  • College Application Deadlines and How You Should Apply
    by Dan Stern on October 26, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    While we recently passed the October 15 early deadline, the majority of early deadlines are still approaching, with November 1 being the most common deadline. It can be confusing to know which deadline to choose, but don't feel like you're in trouble if you haven't made your decision yet or […]

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