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Early Decision and Early Action Deadline Organizer 2024-25

Topic: Admissions, advice, College Admissions, Common Application, Essay Resources, Uncategorized  |  Posted on April 28th, 2024  |  Written by CEA HQ

Early Action and Early Decision deadlines will be here before you know it. If you have one school in mind that is your ride-or-die, you should definitely consider applying Early Decision to put yourself toward the front of the pack. Many schools tend to accept a higher percentage of both Early Decision and Early Action applicants than […]

Three Reasons to Write Your Regular Decision Application Essays Immediately

Topic: advice  |  Posted on November 8th, 2023  |  Written by CEA HQ

Every year, we work with students who pour their blood, sweat, and tears (okay, maybe not blood) into their Early Action and Early Decision application essays and, once November 1 rolls around, they are ready for a well-deserved break. We could not be more on board! But that well-deserved break should last one week only […]

How to Find the Best College Essay Advising Services

Topic: Admissions, advice  |  Posted on October 2nd, 2023  |  Written by CEA HQ

Perhaps the most complex and time-consuming element of college applications is the essay-writing process, which now often includes personal statements, additional information essays, diversity statements, mountains of supplements, and other fun surprises. As a result, many parents and students are increasingly seeking the help of college essay tutors to help them organize, strategize, and execute […]

If You’re Not Done with Your College Application Essays Right Now, You’re Late

Topic: advice, College Admissions, Essay Tips, From The Founder  |  Posted on September 14th, 2023  |  Written by Stacey Brook

Every year it happens. September rolls around, Labor Day BBQs end the summer with a side of slaw, and students all over the world wake up and realize that, in addition to schoolwork, they have to start working on their college admissions essays. As someone who has been advising students on their college essays for […]

Early Decision and Early Action Deadline Organizer 2023-24

Topic: Admissions, advice, College Admissions, Common Application, Essay Resources, Uncategorized  |  Posted on May 26th, 2023  |  Written by Kat Stubing

Early Action and Early Decision deadlines will be here before you know it. If you have one school in mind that is your ride-or-die, you should definitely consider applying Early Decision to put yourself toward the front of the pack. Many schools tend to accept a higher percentage of both Early Decision and Early Action applicants than […]

Early Decision and Early Action Deadline Organizer 2022-23

Topic: Admissions, advice, College Admissions, Common Application, Essay Resources, Uncategorized  |  Posted on May 5th, 2022  |  Written by CEA HQ

Early Action and Early Decision deadlines will be here before you know it. If you have one school in mind that is your ride-or-die, you should definitely consider applying Early Decision to put yourself toward the front of the pack. Many schools tend to accept a higher percentage of both Early Decision and Early Action applicants than […]

How to Distinguish Yourself in Your College Applications as an Early High School Graduate

Topic: Admissions, advice, College Admissions, Uncategorized  |  Posted on January 13th, 2022  |  Written by Kat Stubing

More students are learning about and taking advantage of early graduation opportunities across the United States. Some states offer exams to sophomores and juniors that give them clearance to graduate early if they pass. The California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE), for example, is available to High School students in California who would like to […]

How to Write an Artist Statement for College Applications

Topic: Admissions, advice, Uncategorized  |  Posted on August 19th, 2021  |  Written by Kat Stubing

Congratulations, you’re an artist! You’re pursuing a degree in art, a decision that will hopefully propel you into a fulfilling and successful creative career.  Many colleges and universities ask art students to write an Artist Statement as part of their applications. Writing an Artist Statement can be tricky, especially if you’re applying as an undergraduate. […]

Early Decision, Early Action, and Early Decision II Deadline Organizer 2021-22

Topic: Admissions, advice, College Admissions, Common Application, Essay Resources, Uncategorized  |  Posted on May 1st, 2021  |  Written by Kat Stubing

Early Action and Early Decision deadlines will be here before you know it. If you have one school in mind that is your ride-or-die, you should definitely consider applying Early Decision to put yourself toward the front of the pack. Many schools tend to accept a higher percentage of both Early Decision and Early Action applicants than […]

How to Write a Successful Parent Statement for Your Child’s Private School Application

Topic: Admissions, advice, Private School  |  Posted on April 5th, 2021  |  Written by Kat Stubing

You’ve spent hours combing through school websites, checking statistics, and reading reviews. You have narrowed down your list to a handful of private schools that you think will provide the best environment for your child to learn, grow, explore, and develop. But now you find yourself with an assignment to help your child achieve this […]

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