The absolute best article we have seen to date on college acceptances and rejections appears in The Choice blog over at the NYTimes. “6 Tips About College Admissions Results“, by Tanya Caldwell is emphatic, sympathetic and just plain full of good advice to the high school senior that has now heard back from colleges. Read it, accept the gracious advice – and apply her advice to help make your decision (if you haven’t already). Your college days are now approaching fast, and a new adventure is awaiting!
Another article chock full of great advice appears in the Washington Post blog Campus Overload. In “Tips for maximizing your college admissions visits” by Jenna Johnson, you’ll find awesome advice on how to tackle the upcoming April visits — if you haven’t yet made a decision on which college to attend. Advice such as contacting a professor to keeping notes of some sort are just a sprinkling of the A+ advice Ms. Johnson includes. This a a great read, and advice that you can put to work for you right now.
If you’re interested in advice on which apps to use on your upcoming college visits, check out our “How to Take Charge of your Spring College Visits” — you’ll find great tips on which apps to use on your phone, tablet or computer!
As always — Happy Trails! Which colleges will you be visiting this April?