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How Colleges Evaluate Transcripts

How Colleges Evaluate Transcripts

Imagine the dilemma. College admissions offices must somehow make sense of the myriad of ways that students from the more than 25,000 U.S. high schools report student achievement on their high school transcripts.—to say nothing of the many different ways that international applicants from dozens of…

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Acing The Interview

Acing the Interview

It’s not unusual to get nervous before an interview with a college admissions officer or alumni representative. Students are afraid that if they are not brilliant, witty and charming, their chances of getting into the college are next to nothing. But the truth is that interviews have little impact…

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Selective Admissions

Selective Admissions

Out of the 3,500 accredited American colleges and universities, only about 50 are considered “highly selective”, meaning they regularly admit less than 25% of their applicants. A couple of hundred colleges are deemed “selective”, generally defined as those which admit less than 50% of their applicants. Selective…

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Majoring In Animation

Majoring in Animation

Animators work as multi-media artists to express stories and concepts by creating animation, special effects and other images using computers and various electronic tools. Animation is essentially a type of visual storytelling; it is an expressive art form that delivers content in a format that is able…

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