Tag Archives: College Admissions

The case for liberal arts schools

I recently wrote an article featured on College Thrive about the benefits of a liberal arts education¬†for prospective employers. ¬†In this article I talked about how liberal arts coursework will help you hone the broader (but vital) skills of communication, … Continue reading

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Refining your Focus, Part II

(This is Part II of a two-part post. For Part I, see Refining your Focus, Part I) Along with cutting out excess activities, another easy way to narrow down your focus is to have a recurring thread throughout your application. … Continue reading

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Admissions360: College application advice from all sides

College admissions can feel like a lonely and dark journey, but that is why Admissions360 is here to help Written by a recent top-tier college graduate and a rising high school senior, Admissions360 blends the best of both perspectives to … Continue reading

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