Stand Out Among International Applicants: Enroll in AP Courses and Enhance Your College Applications.

In today's competitive college admissions landscape, it's essential for students to find ways to stand out among the pool of global applicants. One effective strategy to demonstrate academic rigor, intellectual curiosity, and college readiness is by enrolling in Advanced Placement (AP) courses. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of AP courses for... Read more

What is College Board’s Student Search Service?

The College Board's Student Search Service is a college recruiting program that allows colleges and universities to access information about high school students who have taken the SAT or PSAT/NMSQT and have agreed to participate in the program. If you opt in to the Student Search Service, your name, address, and other contact information will... Read more

How to fill common application’s activities section?

The Activities section of the Common Application is an opportunity for students to highlight their extracurricular activities, leadership experiences, and other notable accomplishments. Here are some tips for filling out the Activities section: List your most significant activities first: The Activities section allows students to list up to 10 activities, so it's important to prioritize... Read more

How to send additional information regarding honors that your child received after application was submitted?

If your child has received additional honors or awards after submitting their college application, you can generally send this information to the admissions office directly. Here are some steps you can follow to do so: Contact the admissions office: The best way to send additional information about your child's honors is to contact the admissions... Read more