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CRY WOLF: Exclusive University Claims '1% Acceptance Rate is Simply too High'

Cry Wolf satirical news (Guest Columnist).

(FALL RIVER, Ma.) Witherson University, a college in the prestigious and highly selective IV league, is giving their admissions process a complete overhaul. 683 more words

Cry Wolf Satirical News

The Pros and Cons of Standardized Testing

For Americans 60 and younger, standardized testing is part of our shared experience. The ACT and SAT are as much a rite of passage as they are tools for colleges to determine whom to admit. 751 more words


Why Is It Important To Take The SAT Or ACT ?

by Devin Ramsey/Inglewood CA on October 16, 2017

It’s important to take them because the SAT and ACT are the tests that can get you into college. 220 more words

Getting Ready For College

The Dos and Don’ts of Additional Information on College Applications

Most questions on college applications are self-explanatory. You are asked to provide your personal information, school information, and your extracurricular activities. However, there is one area of the application that is a mystery to many students: “Additional Information.” Some students choose to use this section, while others do not. 646 more words

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Admissions of Guilt

It’s hard to tell for sure, but it looks like the Justice Department is investigating Harvard’s admissions policies. If Harvard really is cutting out qualified applicants based on their race, it is only continuing the shameful tradition of elite college admissions policies. 533 more words

In The News

14 Tips For Sharing Your Activities on College Applications

College admissions can be competitive, especially when you are applying to highly selective schools. In addition to your essay, your activities can help you stand out from the crowd. 1,040 more words


New York STEM College Fair

On Sunday October 15 2017 we will be attending a STEM College Fair in New York City.  We are looking forward to the chance to meet some high school students and their parents, and to talk about Waterloo Engineering, co-op education, and studying in Canada. 147 more words