In honor of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) conference currently being held in Seattle, here’s a look at college tours and tips for colleges in Washington. Also, just for fun and a little back story, the NACAC conference is an awesome national conference where professionals in the world of admissions representing universities,… Read More In Washington? Three colleges to profile and resources to discover more in this beautiful state.
Are you a senior who just realized college applications are open and have no idea where to begin? Or maybe you’re still in denial? No judgement here BTW for the procrastinators in the room!! Applying to college can feel fairly overwhelming. It’s a big task, not to mention one that is quite ambiguous, oh and… Read More 6 Tips for Seniors to Begin College Applications
It’s been a busy year! As we gear up to head back to school (myself included!!) the number one thing that you can do for yourself to excel academically, personally, and stay sane, is prioritize your wellness. We’ve got you covered!! Along with Princeton Review, I wrote a guide to assess every aspect of your… Read More We wrote a book! The College Wellness Guide is available NOW and it has everything you need.
Getting to know the University of California system The UC system is made up of 9 undergraduate campuses UC Berkeley UC Davis UC Irvine UC Los Angeles UC Merced UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz Fun fact, there is one campus dedicated to graduate studies – the University of California,… Read More Unpacking UC Admissions – What you need to know
It’s been a year. And you have finals. You’re zoomed out, bored. Wanting to see your friends. Stressed about college apps. Or just stressed for finals and studying turns into scrolling. With a couple weeks left in the semester, it is crunch time to wrap everything up with a little bow. Or a really big… Read More Finals. Finally. Everything you need to tie up the semester and chill.
If you are a junior, here are some key tips to get ahead of the college preparation process even in a COVID world. How to tackle college admission testing planning and not panic First, what in the world is a “typical” testing timeline and approach to the SAT/ACT? Before I begin, “typical” is in quotations… Read More How to prepare for college as a junior during COVID
Kudos to our incredibly talented KBEV students for putting together weekly college advice videos (shout out to the colleges they’ll be applying to, these kids are pulling some serious work!) Enjoy week 2’s video Applying test optional and what will matter on your application
If you’re a senior you may have an SAT test date registered, but you might also very well be watching it pass by…much like this year. With a majority of colleges becoming test optional or negating the submission of test scores in the review process entirely, it can be hard as a student to know… Read More No test scores? What will matter on your college app this year
Building a balanced college list has always been a key component to the college application process. Why? Because when you strategize your college list, you apply knowing you have college options that you’ll not only get admitted to, but also enjoy actually attending. You also can prioritize your time and apply to the right amount… Read More Building your college list strategically
Let the college admission season begin! The University of California application is open to apply to any one or a number of the nine undergraduate UC campuses. The Common Application is ready to go, hosting over 900 applications for universities and colleges. Essay prompts are out and your creative juices are (or will be) flowing… Read More The one thing you can do to skyrocket your college apps