Seniors, not all CSUs take the December SAT/ACT.
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I have an Undecided senior who is deciding between these options right now + UMichigan. It’s a tough decision. (1) While he is interested in engineering, he isn’t set on it. (2) Every school on this list is pretty reputable in engineering and other programs. And (3) While he personally likes SLO more than the others, he feels the UCs have a better brand name.
While it may be tempting to make a decision solely based on rankings, here are some reasons why Cal Poly SLO might actually be the ideal learning environment for you: Continue reading
Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama. Michael Jordan — all products in some way, shape, or form of Chicago.
Whether you’re sipping a Mocha Bama at a South Side cafe or walking alongside Lake Michigan at any side, Chicago offers a world away from home. But there is a feel to Chicago that makes the downtown seem small, cozy, and ironically homey. Continue reading
In addition to binge watching all your favorite shows, it’s good to do something productive. You know, something that actually makes you feel like you accomplished something. The best way to do this is to investigate an interest of yours that you didn’t have time to look into during the school year.
Here are some great ways to explore your interests while boosting your resume: Continue reading
Since the UC’s announcement in March about the PIQs, I’ve had the opportunity to work with dozens of students on every PIQ. So far, here’s what I have found to be the most common mistakes: Continue reading
“If you know someone, let me know.”
The moment there was a job opening in my team at Google, we had the first pick and the ultimate say. Within days, each of us submitted our referrals, who we knew as intelligent, sociable, and reliable. And before the job had even been posted online, the position was filled. Continue reading
Before you apply, you first must know where you plan on applying to. While this might sound easy enough, most students and parents find themselves lost. Continue reading