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HS Juniors: Use This Summer Strategy to Prepare for College Applications

CCEdit_TorreyCCEdit_Torrey 36 replies350 threads Editor
Dave Berry breaks down the steps rising seniors can take to get a jump start on college applications this summer: https://www.collegeconfidential.com/articles/rising-seniors-think-ahead-to-fall/
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  • pickledgingerpickledginger 500 replies18 threads Member
    I don't disagree with the suggestions, but it's odd to me that the first question has to do with the applicant's high school's track record of sending students to the Ivies and the last has to do with hoe to make a pitch to "highly selective" colleges. Why the knee-jerk focus on Ivies and "highly selective" colleges in a general interest article? The majority of applicants are not looking at these schools.
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  • suzyQ7suzyQ7 4606 replies65 threads Senior Member
    ^agree. The suggestions are great but the highly selective paragraphs have me scratching my head.
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  • MWolfMWolf 2382 replies14 threads Senior Member
    I guess that not only the members of the CC forums are obsessed with prestige...
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