Tag Archives: Harvard

Early Action for the Crimson and the Tigers

Last week, two of our nations’ top schools, Harvard and Princeton, announced that they would restore early admissions policies for the class of 2016. ┬áSpecifically, both schools are going to offer single choice early action (SCEA) to applicants. ┬áSCEA is … Continue reading

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A Reminder: Keep it in Perspective

During the admissions season, students’ stress tends to run dangerously high. What with classes, standardized tests, sports, clubs, and all of the other distractions of daily life occurring at once, it sometimes can appear as if the average student is … 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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