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A Guide to the Best Jobs for High School Students

January 22, 2020

As you gear up to take rigorous classes that challenge you and figure out which extracurricular activities bring the leader out of you, you might also be thinking about spending your time outside school seeking a job. While a year or two of work experience under your belt isn’t

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How to Take Advantage of the Common App for Transfer Students

January 17, 2020

If you’re unsettled at your current college, you might be considering a change of scenery. It can be overwhelming to feel out of place but remember that you’re not alone and you should definitely strive for wanting what’s best for you. In fact, 37.2% of students transfer schools, and half of them go for a change

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How to Start a Business in High School

January 16, 2020

If you’re passionate about creating a product or service that you believe your community needs, or you’ve got your eyes on one of the top undergraduate business programs, you might be wondering how to start a business in high school. It could be an overwhelming process to think about, but if you’re determined and committed

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How to Get Into Northwestern University

January 15, 2020

So, you want to be a Wildcat. You want to picnic on the Lakefill, March through the Arch, and experience the Primal Scream. You want to bleed purple, brave Chicago winters, and follow in the footsteps of George R.R. Martin, Meghan Markle, and Stephen Colbert. And now you are wondering how to get into Northwestern. As an alum, both from Bienen and Kellogg, I am going to outline everything

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Medical School Letters of Recommendation: Everything You Need to Know

January 10, 2020

After years of preparation, it’s finally time to take the plunge and prepare your medical school application components. While you might be busy studying for the MCAT or making sure every line of your personal statement is near-perfect, you must not forget one important component: the medical school letters of recommendation. These documents accurately

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17 Community Service Ideas for High School Students

January 9, 2020

Engaging in volunteering initiatives helps build character, develops empathy and altruism, and supports a bigger cause or group of people. But if you’ve been Googling “community service ideas” in order to find just anything that you think will impress colleges, you’re taking the wrong approach. Yes, universities look at and appreciate community service experiences, but that shouldn’t be the only

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Early Action and Early Decision Acceptance Rates 2019-2020

January 8, 2020

Now that the new year has arrived, top colleges have finished notifying students whether they’ve been accepted, denied, or deferred in the early application round. You might be curious about what the early action and early decision acceptance rates 2019-2020 look like

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Business Summer Programs and Competitions for High School Students

January 6, 2020

As an aspiring leader, innovator, or entrepreneur, you might not be willing to wait for an MBA and instead find yourself considering an undergraduate major in business. You’re not the only one hoping to break into the industry directly out of college - business is actually the most popular major in the country! Since top undergraduate business schools are highly selective, you

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Worst Extracurriculars for Medical School: Common Activities to Avoid

January 3, 2020

With 59% of all applicants rejected last year, the medical school admissions process is more intense than ever. As the landscape gets increasingly tough, it has become more and more challenging for students to stand out among the competition. Whether you’re still a pre-med student in college or taking a gap year before diving deep into the application process, you might be wondering how to make your profile unique in comparison to the thousands

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The Best Humanities and Arts Summer Programs for High Schoolers

January 2, 2020

If you’re a high schooler talented in theatre, dance, studio art, music, filmmaking, or writing, you might be wondering about the best way to convey your passion when you apply to your top-choice colleges. In order to showcase your dedication and hone your skills, consider applying to one of the top humanities and arts summer programs available for high school students.

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