Happy Thursday, folks!
Check out this week’s top 5 list (in no particular order) of the best college prep advice I’ve found across the web. This list is complete with tips for how to write winsome essays, find summer internships, attend college fairs, and lots more! 🙂
Hey Guys! Let’s Go to a (College) Fair!: Ever heard of a college fair? Know where to find one? This blog post by Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz of adMission Possible covers everything you’ll need to know about making the most of any college fair.
10 Tips to Navigate the Financial Aid Process Successfully: When it comes to financial aid, ther are lots of ins and outs you’ll need to be aware of. It’s easy for details to slip through the cracks, so stay on top of things with this great list from College Financial Aid Advisors.
Essays that Work: Best Advice from Admissions Officers: Best way to write a winning college admissions essay? Be tuned in to what admissions officers want! That’s why this Bid4Papers post is so great: it tells you exactly what they’re looking for.
Where To Find A Summer Internship: It’s not too early to start thinking about your summer plans; in fact, you should start right now! Use these tips from College Mapper to help you make productive use of your summer break this year.
Curious About College? Tips for Grades 9-12: Prepping for college can be a very overwhelming experience. Keep things manageable with this to do list for every year of high school, from the WOW Writing Workshop.
And, that’s it for this week’s list! Be sure to let me know in the comments below if you know any blogs worthy of next week’s top five. 🙂
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