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Behind the Scenes: An Inside Look at the Selective College Admission Process (Behind the Scenes: An Inside Look at the Selective College AdmissionProcess)
Edward B. Wall
by Octameron Associates
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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“An important book that shines a clarifying light into the mystifying corners of the college admissions process. Jeff Selingo gives students and their families much-needed perspective on how things really work behind the scenes.” —Jill Madenberg, author of Love the Journey to CollegeAuthor: Jeffrey Selingo.
The first book to reveal the college admission process in such behind-the-scenes detail, The Gatekeepers will be required reading for every parent of a high school-age child and for every student facing the arduous and anxious task of applying to college/5().
Behind The Scenes: The College Admissions Process: NPR Ed The college application process can be confusing and frustrating for prospective students. Here's a look at what happens behind the curtain. The details on the admission process at a highly selective college like Princeton are for the most part fascinating (and generally agree with my view that admission to the first tier schools is a crap shoot; your SATs, APs, and extra-curricular stuff may be top-notch, but if you are a lacrosse midfielder and the school needs a goalie, you will lose out)/5().
The Conversation Opinion: An inside look at admission into an elite university confirms your worst fears Published: Jan. 31, at a.m. ETAuthor: Natasha Warikoo. Behind the scenes: An inside look at the selective college admission process. Alexandria, VA: Octameron Associates.
Economically and educationally challenged students in. TODAY went behind the scenes of the college admissions process at Grinnell, a top-ranked, highly selective liberal arts college in Iowa.
Seth Allen, dean of admission and financial aid at Grinnell College, answers questions from a TODAY producer about what really goes on when admissions officers decide applicants' fate.
As high school seniors begin to receive their letters of admission to U.S. colleges, Bloomberg was invited to Amherst College for an inside look at. As an expert in the field of college application, Alex Chang discusses the secret behind successful college applications.
He explains colleges’ mindset when. The Admissions brilliantly captures the frazzled pressure cooker of modern life as a seemingly perfect family comes undone by a few desperate measures, long-buried secret and college applications.
The Hawthorne family has it all. Great jobs, a beautiful house in one of the most affluent areas of Northern California, and three charming kids whose sunny futures are all but/5. Harvard’s admissions process has always been shrouded in secrecy, but a recent lawsuit is allowing the veil to be lifted.
The WSJ’s Nicole Hong. Panelists discuss what it takes to get admitted to selective colleges, how the admissions process works from the inside, and what families need to know to improve their chances of getting in.
“An important book that shines a clarifying light into the mystifying corners of the college admissions process. Jeff Selingo gives students and their families much-needed perspective on how things really work behind the scenes.” —Jill Madenberg, author of Love the Journey to CollegeReleased on: Septem This piece illustrates what happens behind the admissions door.
The Vatican is not the only institution undergoing a deep process of discernment and debate this month. Seniors from high schools across the country are waiting anxiously for the white smoke to billow up from the rooftops of college admission offices.
Public or private college, big campus or small, it doesn’t matter any college can be selective or non-selective. The key to choosing a college isn’t about shooting for the most selective school, it’s about looking for the school that is the right fit for you.
Image #1 Courtesy of Flickr Image #2 Courtesy of Flickr. The details on the admission process at a highly selective college like Princeton are for the most part fascinating (and generally agree with my view that admission to the first tier schools is a crap shoot; your SATs, APs, and extra-curricular stuff may be top-notch, but if you are a lacrosse midfielder and the school needs a goalie, you will lose out)/5().
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Jim Jump is the academic dean and director of college counseling at St. Christopher’s School in Richmond, Virginia.
He has been at St. Christopher’s since and was previously an admissions officer, women’s basketball coach, and philosophy professor at the college level.