Advice for Juniors

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Advice for Juniors, Advice for Sophomores, College List, Health and Wellness

4 Important Ways to Reduce Stress During the College Process

The college search and application process can be stressful to students and families. Despite everyone’s best efforts to keep a clear head and calm demeanor, the fact of the matter is that it’s a process with many questions, tasks and responsibilities. In this blog post, we outline four ways students can possibly reduce stress while searching for and applying to colleges.

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Advice for Juniors, Athletics

If You’re Considering Playing Sports in College, Read This

The decision about whether to play sports in college is a big one. Perhaps you’ve played tennis throughout high school, but are you good enough to play in college? Maybe you play basketball, but you feel you definitely couldn’t commit to the intensity of a D1 team. Or, maybe you love volleyball, but will playing in college deter you from your studies? All of these are very normal questions to be asking yourself. The decision to play sports or not is a personal one, but here are some points to consider that could help.

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Advice for Juniors, Advice for Parents, College List

Getting Started: Questions to Ask Your Junior Student

As juniors are being thrust into the college search and exploration process, some students feel overwhelmed and don’t quite know where to start. This blog post is for parents as they attempt to get their teenager to open up about what they want in a college setting and why. Take advantage of a quiet one-on-one moment… in the car, before bed. And really listen to the responses. Some students will have very clear and direct answers, some won’t know much at all yet. But we hope this helps to serve as a starting point for discussions.

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Advice for Juniors

4 Important Big-Picture Ideas to Remember When Starting the College Search Process

Here at Campus Bound, most of our seniors have at least one, if not all, of their applications submitted. As we sit back and wait to hear the (hopefully!) good news, we move our attention on to our junior students. This is a great time of year for juniors to begin the college search process. In this blog we outline four important big picture ideas not to lose sight of as you begin your search.

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Admissions, Advice for Juniors, Advice for Seniors, College List

Three Types of “Safeties” You May Want to Have on Your List

If you aren’t already aware, college admission counselors use the term “safety school” to mean a college where a student has a very good chance of being admitted, based on data from previous years. It typically refers to a student’s chance of acceptance, but did you know that there are other types of “safety schools” and it might make sense to consider adding them to your list for various reasons. 

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Admissions, Advice for Juniors, Advice for Parents, Advice for Seniors

Beware: One Social Media Post Can Do You In

I came across this article from Inside Higher Ed the other day: colleges reverse admissions offers and I thought it lent itself to a comprehensive blog post for our Campus Bound audience. As the world feels polarized on several intense political issues, its important to recognize that how students use social media can impact their college admissions process.

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Advice for Juniors, Testing

The New Landscape of College Admissions Testing

There’s no question that the current pandemic is affecting the world of college admissions. It’s affecting the landscape of our entire education system. But one of the more confusing fallouts is the role testing (ACT, SAT, AP and Subject Tests) will play in the college admission process. In this blog post, we will update you as best we can and offer advice to confused students and parents.

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