There's a ton that students need to do to apply to college. Here we break everything down into manageable pieces.
Find out what types of extracurriculars students should consider, as well as how extracurriculars can boost college applications.
How much does taking AP or IB classes help a college application, and how many classes should students take? That and more answered here.
Learn when the best time is to take standardized tests, as well as how many times students should take them and when to start prepping.
There are thousands of universities and colleges out there to choose from. Katie from Admitster explains about what students should consider when picking out the ones to apply to.
The age old question - should your teen take the SAT or ACT? We'll answer that question here.
Visiting a school can be a great way to get a feel for what it could be like to attend. Sujoy from VisitDays shares some tips on how to make the most out of the visit.
Sarish from Admissionado explains why it's important to show interest in schools and how students can do so.
Peg from Way to the Quad gives a breakdown of all of the components of financial aid and an idea of how to navigate this process.
Find out what the difference is between the two, and learn about if students should bother applying EA or ED to any schools.
Essays can give admissions insight into who students are outside of numbers. Here we have tips on how students can write killer essays.
Read about how many recommendations students should get, from whom, and how to do so.
We'll discuss what to expect, what to wear, what to ask, and more in this guide to college interviews.