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[Infographic] Timeline for College Application Season

Stay organized with a college prep timeline! Our friends at The College Essay Guy are making things easy for you with this infographic. The college process can be overwhelming. Wouldn’t it be cool if someone mapped out for you, step-by-step, what you should be doing and when? Someone did. And that someone is us, the […]

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How to Choose a US College from Halfway Around the World

Are you an international student with plans to study in the U.S.? Then check out these tips from University Language Services and learn how to apply to U.S. colleges! So, you’ve decided you want to study in the US for your college education – Congratulations! But choosing a school in the US is a huge […]

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NextStepU

Want a well-rounded college application? Join the club.

All college applicants have heard that their applications absolutely have to be “well-rounded”. But what does that even mean? Luckily, our friends at NextStepU.com are here to show us how “well-rounded” isn’t the same for everyone, and how to make it work for you. Sometimes when you are researching colleges, it seems like you need […]

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Think you procrastinate now? Wait ’til you get to college!

Hey guys, the StudyMode team is back again! We recently surveyed some of our high school and college members to get a little insight into their study habits. And what we learned just might help you prepare for life in college.   Odds are, you’re going to procrastinate when you get to college Procrastination is […]

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5 College Admission Essay Mistakes to Avoid

Are you committing any of these college essay sins? Our friends at University Language Services are here to make sure you know what NOT to do when writing your college essays. Enjoy! Most students can agree that the college admission essay is one of the more stressful aspects of the college application process. It’s the […]

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Don’t Wait to Get Off of a College Waitlist: 10 Proactive Tips

It’s that time of year: millions of high school seniors all over the globe have had their fates decided by the all-powerful college admissions committees. If fate has assigned you to a waitlist at your dream school, don’t sink to the ground in dramatic despair! Instead, read this list of 10 actions you can take […]

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Is Going Away to College Right for You? Three questions to consider before you select your school

Hey guys, the Study Mode team is back again! Here to give you some crucial food for thought as you make one of the biggest decisions in your life: where to go to college. If you’re fortunate enough to have multiple acceptance letters – congrats! It’s great to know you’re in demand. But it can […]

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US College Admissions Tips for International Students

Today, our friends at University Language Services are here with tips for studying abroad in the United States. Check them out! Becoming an international student in the US can be a daunting process. So, you’ll probably be relieved to hear that many US colleges are thrilled when international applicants express an interest in attending their […]

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Linda Abraham

Flaws Make You Real

Many college admissions committees ask you to write about your flaws. You may think this is a trap, but it’s actually a stealthy method of asking you to evaluate your personal growth. Accepted is here with more on how to handle this tricky essay question. A speaker recently told a story about traveling in Asia […]

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Admissions Officers Are People Too

Do you ever wonder who looks at your college application after you click “Submit”? As it turns out, Admissions Officers aren’t as mysterious as you might think. Today, our friends at ApplyKit.com offer you a look inside a college AdCom. Enjoy! Looking inside the closed doors of a college admissions committee. The college application process […]

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