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CAN'T VISIT A COLLEGE IN PERSON -- NO EXCUSE! CHECK OUT THIS WEBSITE

March 30, 2018

A lifetime is too short to experience everything the world has to offer. Using the power of virtual reality, YouVisit.com connects people with unique virtual experiences on a worldwide scale, sparking curiosity, inspiring exploration, and creating a sense of global citizenship.


YouVisit.com has one of the world's largest collections of interactive college search reality content. It's difficult to get to the mainland to visit all the college's on our list.. so here's an alternative.

DAILY PRACTICE FOR THE SAT

March 30, 2018

Make practice part of your routine — any place, any time. Answer a question a day on the Daily Practice for the New SAT app and get immediate feedback. The free app makes it easy to:


Answer an exclusive, official reading, writing and language, or math question. Reveal a hint if you’re stuck. Read answer explanations and learn from your mistakes. Keep at it — daily practice can only sharpen your skills.

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TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL COLLEGE INTERVIEWS

April 11, 2018

A strong college interview won't get you admitted, but it can reinforce why you should be. Here are three of our top ten tips for making a great impression.

Research the school before the interview. Find examples of what you like about the school. This will help you explain to your interviewer why you are applying. 

Anticipate common questions. You may be asked to describe yourself and what you can contribute to the college. Prepare some specific examples or anecdotes that show off your unique talents. 


Ask your own questions. Interviewers expect this and it shows your keen interest in the college. Write down your questions beforehand and bring them to the interview.

TIPS FOR PLANNING A COLLEGE TOUR

April 11, 2018

This summer...many families are planning college visits, we have a few tips for a planning a college trip:

Review the Academic Calendar: It is a good idea to review this first to make sure that classes are in summer session so you will be able to see students and sit in a class (if you request it) when you visit. You will usually find this on the college’s home page. If not, search academic calendar

Make a reservation: Some schools allow you to just show up, but most require a reservation and party count. Go to the school’s website and click on Admissions.


Under admissions, there is usually a link to “Visit the school.”

 

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