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Strauss: One senior’s story: Starting college admissions process is like ‘being sent out to sea by myself with 20 different maps’
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Sep 17, 2014
“With the 2014-15 school year now in full swing, many high school seniors are finding that they have two jobs: keeping up with classes and filling out college applications. This blog will follow one senior as she navigates the college search and application process. She is Samantha Fogel, a student at The Derryfield School, a private college preparatory day school for grades six through twelve in Manchester, New Hampshire. Samantha and her college counselor, Brennan Barnard, will document her experience applying to college in occasional posts that will include the voices of her parents, teachers, friends and others. Her story may help debunk some myths surrounding selective college admission while providing a window into a time of transition for one young woman growing up in rural New Hampshire. Read full article >>”
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How U.S. Colleges Gauge International Students' English Skills
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Sep 11, 2014
“The Test of English as a Foreign Language, commonly referred to as the TOEFL, is a standardized test of English language proficiency for nonnative English language speakers. This and the International English Language Testing System, known as IELTS, are two of the most popular standardized tests for English proficiency that many international students will need to take before applying for a college or university in the U.S. TOEFL and IELTS are different from the SAT and ACT because those are comprehensive tests aimed to measure readiness for college. For the majority of international students, TOEFL is just one piece of the application -- but many institutions are realizing that neither TOEFL nor IELTS or, for that matter, any standardized test, is the end-all predictor of a student's success.”
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Lay the Groundwork for College From Freshman Year of High School
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Sep 08, 2014
“Although it is still a few years away, many ninth-grade high school students are already thinking about the college admissions process. "We survey our freshmen every year," says Shari Sevier, a counselor at Lafayette High School in Wildwood, Missouri. While it may be too early to take college admissions exams or write college essays, experts say there are some things that ninth-grade students can do to make sure they are on the right track to college. "I think a lot of kids come into high school thinking that they can get away with doing minimal amounts of work and it's not that way," says Sevier, who is also the board chairwoman of the American School Counselor Association.”
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2015 Best Colleges Preview: Top 25 National Universities
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Sep 08, 2014
“Applying to college is a journey that involves finding the right school, submitting applications and then -- if you're lucky -- choosing among the acceptance letters and financial aid awards to find that place you'll call home for the next few years.”
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Oops! Feds Forced To Reprocess FAFSA, Again
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Sep 06, 2014
“Two months after admitting to an embarrassing mix-up with student financial aid applications, the Department of Education has announced that it must reprocess an additional 150,000 applications due to errors that may have cost low-income students thousands of dollars in financial aid. With the school year already begun, students may already have chosen alternative schools to make up for financial aid they did not receive, while others may have failed to start school entirely.”
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2015 Best Colleges Preview: Top 10 National Liberal Arts Colleges
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Sep 05, 2014
“Applying to college is a journey that involves finding the right school, submitting applications and then -- if you're lucky -- choosing among the acceptance letters and financial aid awards to find that place you'll call home for the next few years.”
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Stanford University plans to slowly increase its undergraduate enrollment
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Sep 02, 2014
“The most selective university in the country plans to open its gates a bit wider in the next few years.
Stanford University, which turns down roughly 19 out of every 20 applicants , wants to grow its entering freshman class by an estimated 100 students in the fall of 2016. That would translate to a class of about 1,800. Read full article >>”

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5 Keys to Success in Advanced Placement Courses
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Aug 25, 2014
“As college admissions competition increases, demonstrated success in Advanced Placement courses has become an important component of many high school students' college application portfolios. The material covered in AP classes is more challenging than the content in standard high school courses. As such, AP courses can intimidate even the most confident students. Understand the expectations: AP courses more closely resemble college classes than they do high school offerings.”
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Growing number of states fund ACT college admission testing for 11th-grade students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Aug 20, 2014
“Thirteen states paid for 11th-grade students in all public high schools to take the ACT college admission test this year, with several more planning to join them in 2015.
These statewide programs, begun in Illinois and Colorado in 2001, have helped the ACT surpass the College Board’s SAT in recent years to become the nation’s most widely used admission exam. State officials say the test-everyone policy nudges many students onto the college track who otherwise could have been overlooked. Read full article >>”

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5 Questions to Ask the International Students Office at U.S. Colleges
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Aug 19, 2014
“For international students who don't know where to begin, or for those who have found a handful of places that seem equally good on paper, contacting the international students office at each of your shortlisted colleges is a good way of deciding which is the right place for you. While college websites might boast a course profile that looks perfect for you, it's always worth checking with the international students office to confirm how the applications for classes work. If you are an international student studying aboard on a temporary basis, there is a chance professors will be more likely to favor full-time students. The international students office will be able to advise you on how to maximize the class selection process and arrange the best possible schedule.”
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