Monthly Archives: October 2011

Applying to College “Undeclared” or “Undecided,” Part 2

Some advice if your teen chooses this path. by Anne Vaccaro Brady If you and your student have determined that applying “undeclared” is the most reasonable option (see previous post for considerations), here’s some guidance on how best to approach college admissions. … Continue reading

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Applying to College “Undecided” or “Undeclared,” Part 1

These words send so many parents into a panic—but maybe they shouldn’t.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady I will say upfront that I had been a strong proponent of kids choosing a specific major on their application, preferably one they can … Continue reading

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College Admissions in the News

The latest on college readiness, college costs and more.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady College readiness If you’re concerned that your teen isn’t ready academically for college, learn about new options in college prep in the article by Associated Press reporter Leanne Italie on … Continue reading

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Tips for Filling Out College Applications

These 10 suggestions will make the process easier for everyone.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Today, college applications are completed online, a much quicker and simpler method than what most of us experienced. Gone are the days of sitting at the … Continue reading

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