Monthly Archives: May 2016

CommonApp Announces New “Rollover” Feature:

Last fall, The Common Application announced that applicant accounts created in 2015-2016 would roll over to 2016-2017. Now, we have more information to share with counselors as they begin to work with their students. What is Account Rollover? Account Rollover … Continue reading

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Juniors: Organize Your Testing!

College bounds students need to set their admission testing schedules. Continue reading

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Same Essay Prompts On CommonApp For 2016-16

Among the more than 800,000 unique applicants who have submitted a Common App so far during the 2015-2016 application cycle, 47 percent have chosen to write about their background, identity, interest, or talent – making it the most frequently selected prompt; 22 percent have chosen … Continue reading

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Best Use of Your Summer!

From Sarah C. Reese, Informed Educational Solutions Summertime!  Dreaming of sleeping in, hanging out with friends and producing YouTube videos?  Time is precious!  Plan now to use your summer time… Source: Best Use of Your Summer!

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Best Use of Your Summer!

From Sarah C. Reese, Informed Educational Solutions Summertime!  Dreaming of sleeping in, hanging out with friends and producing YouTube videos?  Time is precious!  Plan now to use your summer time to explore careers, build upon your extra-curricular experiences, learn new … Continue reading

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What You Need To Know: 2017-18 FAFSA

College Students and Parents: What You Need to Know About the 2017–18 FAFSA® What’s changing for 2017–18? Starting with the 2017–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), these changes … Source: What You Need To Know: 2017-18 FAFSA

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What You Need To Know: 2017-18 FAFSA

College Students and Parents: What You Need to Know About the 2017–18 FAFSA® What’s changing for 2017–18? Starting with the 2017–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), these changes will be in effect: •You’ll be able to submit your … Continue reading

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