08/10/2017 16:31:05 - (David) |
We're almost done updating our school profiles!
08/08/2017 21:52:50 - (David)
|08/10/2017 16:33:46 - (David)|
As of now, 72 of our 75 profiles at Top Colleges, Liberal Arts, and Top Public Universities
have been fully updated. We will update the graphs with the new median information once we have secured the rest of the information. With any luck, this will be fully updated before the end of the month.
Admission Essays Content Editing
08/03/2017 16:10:25 - (David)
|08/08/2017 21:54:04 - (David)|
A good editor should review your essays for both content and grammar – both for what you say and for how effectively you say it. We prefer to look at content first, and proofread for grammar at the end of the process. Focusing on grammar too early can distract you from the task of putting your ideas into words. Besides, grammar will change as you revise your text. Why proofread each revision for grammar when you can do a comprehensive, careful proofreading of the final draft?
UC Irvine reinstating admissions offers
07/26/2017 15:32:48 - (David)
|08/03/2017 16:12:24 - (David)|
UC Irvine will indeed reinstate all 290 applicants who it claims didn't submit transcripts on time. The fate of the applicants whose offers were rescinded due to grade-related reasons remains unsettled.
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Don't Miss Our August Newsletter!
07/24/2017 07:32:32 - (David)
|07/26/2017 15:32:53 - (David)|
This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, August 1 and include these items:
Video: Why the College Admission Essays are Important
The Low-Down on Legacy Admissions
Beware the College Admissions Saboteurs!
AdmissionsBoards.com College Post of the Month
The Insider Edge is a free monthly newsletter that we email to subscribers once a month. Signing up is easy – just click here.
Claremont McKenna suspends students following campus demonstration
|07/24/2017 07:34:00 - (David)|
Claremont McKenna College has suspended five students (three for a year and two more for a semester) for blocking access to a campus event whose speaker they opposed. The event was in April and, at the time, campus police made no effort to arrest or disperse the protesters. However, the college ultimately interviewed witnesses and reviewed the plethora of video and photographic evidence of the demonstration.
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