Ever wish you had expert advice to help you with the college app process?
Well this week, we asked some of our favorite college prep and study help sites on Twitter to give us the best piece of advice they’d want you to know :). They answered, and we put all their comments together in this week’s list! So here are the top 6 pieces of advice (in no particular order) to keep in mind this college season:
Aw shucks – we think you're pretty great too! Here's great tip: Always proof read. Don't let a typo diminish your hard work!
— StudyMode (@StudyMode)
Hi ! We think students should always tour a potential to find out what it's really like:
— University Language (@CampusCommons)
wanted you to know:
– Don't fall in love with a school before you spend the time to define what YOU want – academically, socially AND financially!
— PossibilityU (@PossibilityU)
shared this tip:
How about: Take your time choosing a school! Investigate all of your options and ask lots of questions.
— myFootpath (@myFootpath)
college tip: fit and affordability – look at colleges that meet your needs
— Jodi Okun (@JodiOkun)
Treat every app like it's your 1st choice school! Even if it's a "likely," put in the same amt of care and detail as the others.
— IvyWise (@IvyWise)
That’s it for this week’s list! Let me know in the comments below if there are any other pros you’d like to hear from in next week’s list!
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