A 3/2 program does work for some people so I would not want to label all of these programs "bad" -- however, most posters on CC, myself included, are generally not fans of these programs. The reaso… (View Post)
If you get into a preferred college you need to 1) tell the first school in writing (email is fine) that you have decided not to attend (you don't need to give a reason -- certainly there is no reaso… (View Post)
See if they will agree to go to the accepted students day where they can see the school again, ask questions etc. This way they can get firsthand information instead of making an important decision … (View Post)
Take the tests you feel you will do best in unless a college you plan to apply to specifically asks (check the websites) for a STEM subject test.
Emory's (which I believe is your top choice from … (View Post)
With an acceptance rate of under 7% last year MIT must be considered to be a huge reach for anyone. Here are a few things you can do to start a college search:
--Talk to your parents about any li… (View Post)