Here at the Admission Masters, we walk students through the following process to create their “college list.”Read More
Tips to help you identify the schools that fit your unique personality and goals.
First, let’s break down the different types of higher education institutions out there.
Can you take these tests too many times?
Do you have any tips for how I should approach these tests?
Break down the different types of standardized assessments and answer a few common questions.Read More
The University of Pennsylvania is becoming more popular among top tier students.Read More
My conversation with Dorothy Kang was a really pleasant experience because her story was really fascinating in many ways. I came across a lot of people in my life but I haven’t met many people who had a firm dream (or goal) from childhood and it being consistent throughout their entire life. To my surprise,…Read More
No one can stay motivated consistently. This is especially true when you are under a lot of stress — whether that’s for school or for your college admissions process. When you become a senior year in high school, the college applications process becomes your reality. At this point, you may feel a mix of emotions.…Read More
Having a concrete goal may be awesome, but the process of achieving your dream may be stressful at times. This is what happens to a lot of students who are working on college applications. When you are in the middle of a big problem, sometimes you can find a good solution when you don’t think…Read More
In most cases, phones have had a bad reputation for its “negative influence” on students. From Facebook to Instagram or text messaging, there are so many distractions you need to avoid when you have to focus. But what if you could turn your phones or tablets into a positive resource. Is this even possible? As…Read More
One question I’m often asked by parents and students is how many extracurricular activities is the “right” amount, and which are the “right” ones to be doing.
Let’s start with examples of two prior students.