Join me in this quick #tbt to senior year and observe this real life footage of me in my prime: Wow. College applications are coming up and eh… you’re freaking out. Probably shouldn’t have pushed off touring ‘till senior year … Continue reading
FOUND: 21 Articles related to the Category "Application Advice"
Wait… Sending in your documents before you submit your application can actually lead to it taking longer for your file to complete. But don’t wait too long… Every year applications are still incomplete on decision day because people wait too long … Continue reading
In general… no, but there are a few important things to keep in mind. 1. Use an email address that you check frequently. (or set to forward to an account that you check frequently) The admissions process is … Continue reading
As of August 1st, students applying to artistic programs in the Tisch School of the Arts and the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development which require either an audition or creative portfolio are no longer required to submit … Continue reading
Have you checked your application status recently? Are your transcripts and test scores checked off? Do you know how to check the status of your application? If your items aren’t marked as received yet – how do you know when … Continue reading
We understand you’re anxious about the status of your application. We are continually processing materials and updating checklists. A member of our office will contact you by email if we require anything. You can check the status of your application … Continue reading
My colleague Jasmine gave some on-point tips in her recent blog post about how to confirm your application is received and complete. And you did! Everything has been signed, sealed, delivered! So….now what? What do you do between now and … Continue reading
You’ve clicked submit. You’ve double and triple checked that there are a green check marks on your Common Application account for New York University… Now what???
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet… but unfortunately it won’t get matched up with Rose’s application. As you are gathering your credentials for your application, one simple step can save you a thousand headaches.
The Early Decision I Deadline has passed and Early Decision II and Regular Decision are quickly approaching. One question that I always got at my high school visits from students was some variation of “How do I show I’m interested … Continue reading