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caffeineandcollege:

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I was inspired by a post I saw the other day (if it was you let me know!) That really got me thinking. I know that with exam season approaching and you’re stressing out but please do not give up! You’ve worked too hard to sabotage yourself now x

These are for an iPhone 5 but if you want one for another phone let me know x

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Anonymous asked: I would like to apply to MIT, but I feel like the thing stopping me is my gpa. I have like a 3.7/3.6 but I feel like it isn't sufficient enough. Do you think that will really hinder my chances?

amwhypond:

I don’t think you should not apply somewhere just because of one small part of your application that you don’t like.

I realize that it’s probably impossible to understand this in the heat of things, (god knows I didn’t get it until after the whole process was over) but at the end of the day, college apps don’t come down to whether you had gotten 3 more A’s or a point higher on your ACT or any one thing. The numbers are something that feels very tangible, which is why people always ask about standardized tests and GPA and stuff, because it’s so easy for them to release data like “middle 50% standardized test scores.” But I feel like it’s probably never a deciding factor? 

Anyway, I couldn’t tell anyone what their chances are based off one piece of an application. That’s sort of the whole point of college apps–you’re more than one number. :)

Anonymous asked: Vandy guy here - first of all, thank you so much for your kind words and great advice! The thing is, she feels like I owe her so much, because she was the one that got me interested in the school plus she helped me with all my essays. (she's a fantastic writer!) She was already upset with me because I got into another school and I didn't show her enough gratitude for my acceptance.. (-> we hade many arguments about it! I don't really see her point) How could I show her how grateful I am?

You know, I don’t know how much advice I can give on this solely because I really don’t agree with your girlfriend at all and that’s making it hard for me to help you find a solution. I think you can thank her and affirm that she helped you, but other than that, I don’t know what she wants from you? It sounds like she wants more than what you can possibly give her, and maybe that she isn’t happy for you and is really just jealous of you, and that’s a way deeper rooted problem than her thinking that you’re not grateful! Let me know what you think.

Anonymous asked: my girlfriend's dream school was Vandy since so many years, so she applied ED and got rejected. She evoked my interest in the school and in applying; thus, I applied RD and was just accepted with a fullride. She asked me 3 x if I'd still apply to Vandy and I said no, because I thought I wouldn't get in and didnt wanna be insensitive. I'd only prefer Ivies over Vandy., so no idea if I'd attend. What should I do? She will be so upset with me if I tell her, but I feel bad lying about it

Hello! First of all, huge HUGE congratulations on your acceptance and your fabulous scholarship!! I’m so sorry you’ve found yourself in such a compromising and difficult position. Here’s my advice: Tell her. I think you should be upfront and honest with her. I don’t think she would be mad at you if you told her. If you generally are interested in the school, then she should be proud because of your amazing accomplishment! I don’t think that you should let anyone else make your decision for you. If you end up really liking the school, then you shouldn’t let anything else influence you. It’s your future and your dream! Graduating from an amazing school DEBT FREE is a HUGE deal. You should not be ashamed of that. If your girlfriend is supportive of you, this won’t get in the way of that. She should be proud of you! This is amazing! Let me know if you need any more advice, and good luck!!

Because March marks the beginning of college

tangdynastie:

With it being March, college acceptances are rapidly coming out so I thought I’d put together a few reminders for everyone going through this anxious moment coming from a second quarter first year.
1. It’s OKAY if your top school didn’t accept you. If you put everything you had into that application and essay, and the school didn’t accept you for who you are and what you can offer, then why go there? Go to a school that takes pride in having a student like you.
2. Don’t choose a school because friends are going there. College is the best time to truly go out into the world and find yourself. Don’t let high school friends hold you back, but definitely don’t kick them out of your life. Besides, coming back home to see them will be way more exciting and this is also a great way to see who true friends are.
3. Don’t let distance be your fear. If you can financially afford to go somewhere far and your heart tells you to do it, then do it. Don’t be like me and skip out on all these opportunities because you’re afraid of being away from everyone.
4. Realistically, what matters at the end is that you have a degree of some sort to signify that you got an education. Who cares if you don’t go to an Ivy League? Most of us don’t anyways
5. Just because you got into an Ivy League doesn’t make you any better than your friends. No one likes a cocky person.
6. Go and visit those campuses before making your final decision. See how college life is there.
7. Honestly, just choose the school that you want to call home for the next few years

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Hi Guys! I’m home all day, here to ask any questions you have!!

collegerefs:

Hey guys, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about being waitlisted, so I decided to create a post to explain certain things! 
First, what does waitlisting mean?
Universities waitlist students who have met the requirements for acceptance but there is no room for them in the college, or even the major, that they have chosen. Universities sometimes will not accept someone as an engineering major, but accept them in the college of general studies. Universities usually admit more students than they can fit in their college, as they know only some will accept and go there. Once accepted students decide if they are going to that college, the university can look at waitlisted students.
Can I figure out where I am on the list?
It all depends on the college! Sometimes you can call the admissions office and they’ll be able to inform you of what number you are. Remember to be friendly even if they decide not to tell you because they know who you are now! Ask if you are eligible for financial aid if you do get accepted. If not, you should probably ask to be taken off the list, unless you don’t need financial help.
What are my chances of being accepted after waitlisting?
According to the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC), 30% of waitlisted students get in. Remember it may be lower depending on how selective the college is.
Can I improve my chances?

The answer is a solid maybe. You want to establish who you are to the school without being annoying or desperate. Things you can do are: 
-Send in an email about the college being your first choice, that you’re excited, etc. -Call the school to let them know you’re still interested. -Talk to an admissions representative and establish a relationship. Send in updated grades, awards, new extracurriculars.  

What other steps should I take? 
Send in your deposit to a different school that you have been accepted in. Understand that there’s a large chance you won’t be accepted to the school you’re waitlisted at, and come to terms with it. Enjoy your senior year of high school and realize you’ll have a great time no matter where you go as long as you have the right attitude. Maybe you just weren’t meant to be there….but maybe you were! If you seriously want to attend that particular college, you can always transfer after freshman year!

collegerefs:

Hey guys, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about being waitlisted, so I decided to create a post to explain certain things!

First, what does waitlisting mean?

Universities waitlist students who have met the requirements for acceptance but there is no room for them in the college, or even the major, that they have chosen. Universities sometimes will not accept someone as an engineering major, but accept them in the college of general studies. Universities usually admit more students than they can fit in their college, as they know only some will accept and go there. Once accepted students decide if they are going to that college, the university can look at waitlisted students.

Can I figure out where I am on the list?

It all depends on the college! Sometimes you can call the admissions office and they’ll be able to inform you of what number you are. Remember to be friendly even if they decide not to tell you because they know who you are now! Ask if you are eligible for financial aid if you do get accepted. If not, you should probably ask to be taken off the list, unless you don’t need financial help.

What are my chances of being accepted after waitlisting?

According to the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC), 30% of waitlisted students get in. Remember it may be lower depending on how selective the college is.

Can I improve my chances?

The answer is a solid maybe. You want to establish who you are to the school without being annoying or desperate. Things you can do are:

-Send in an email about the college being your first choice, that you’re excited, etc.
-Call the school to let them know you’re still interested.
-Talk to an admissions representative and establish a relationship. Send in updated grades, awards, new extracurriculars.  

What other steps should I take?

Send in your deposit to a different school that you have been accepted in. Understand that there’s a large chance you won’t be accepted to the school you’re waitlisted at, and come to terms with it. Enjoy your senior year of high school and realize you’ll have a great time no matter where you go as long as you have the right attitude. Maybe you just weren’t meant to be there….but maybe you were! If you seriously want to attend that particular college, you can always transfer after freshman year!

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genericcrappblr:

As March has just started and college decisions are going to roll in pretty soon I just wanted to remind y’all that:

College decisions do not define your worth or value in any sense. Not getting into a college literally means nothing. You are important and not getting into a school will never change that.

Literally so so so nervous about this scholarship weekend next weekend.

admitsee:

Planning your college tour? Get ready for what colleges are going to show you, and what college is actually like. 

admitsee:

Planning your college tour? Get ready for what colleges are going to show you, and what college is actually like. 

Anonymous asked: Tips on getting through the CommonApp?

nouvellemonet:

Caffeine, pomodoro technique, and writing rough drafts of supplements/essays when you’re delirious from sleep deprivation because it’s kind of like you’re drunk and Hemingway always said to write drunk & edit sober

collegeboundvicky:

When I was informed that I had my to have my first college interview, I was simultaneously excited and terrified. I looked all over the internet for advice and tips and I wanted to do anything to prepare. Yet, I wasn’t able to find comprehensive advice/tips that were current for the specific universities that I was looking for. Thus, since I have now done four college interviews for: Hult International Business School, Columbia, Stanford and UPenn, I’ve decided to share some of my own knowledge in hopes of helping some of you guys out. 
INITIAL INTERACTION 
Hult: My Hult interview was over skype so I didn’t have to worry about the formalities of meeting someone in person and how that interaction would go down. I had a test skype call right before to make sure that everything was working well and then I waited for my interviewer to call. 
Columbia: My Columbia interview took place in a coffee shop and I was worried about how to approach that situation. Like, Do I get my coffee? Pay for hers? It ended up being fine, I was just worrying about the little things. What actually happened is that I got there early, got my coffee sat down and waited for her and when she got there she got her coffee and sat next to me and it was perfect. 
Stanford: My Stanford interview was in the lobby of a fancy hotel and at first it was kind of awkward because my interviewer was still talking to another interviewee and wrapping up their conversation. At some point, I just walked around and waited patiently while they finished and then approached her once their interview ended.  (Also, my interviewer e-mailed me before hand telling me to dress casual and so I wore jeans and a nice black blouse and when I got there, the guy who was talking to her was wearing a full-on fancy suit, so that was sort of intimidating, but I got over it… after all, I did follow what she said.) 
UPenn: My UPenn interview happened on the phone so that one was pretty straightforward. Just a little weird not being able to see my interviewers facial expressions, hand movements etc.

3 QUESTIONS MY INTERVIEWERS ASKED ME 
Hult: 
1. What’s your background been like? Moving around? Being an international student? 
2. How have you gotten involved in your school community? 
3. Why do you want to study business?
Columbia:
1. Tell me a little bit about yourself…
2. What are some of your biggest passions? 
3. What do you love about Columbia? 
Stanford:
1. How’s your senior year going by so far? Stressed out? Excited? 
2. Have you visited Stanford? What did you like about it? 
3. What are some of your goals for the future? Where do you see yourself working after college? 
UPenn:
1. What’s life like at your school? Where have you lived in the past? 
2. What extracurriculars do you do? 
3. Why UPenn? 

PRO TIP: I was really worried that some of these schools were going to ask me those insane interview questions like: If you had three balls and a rubber band, how many things could you do with those items? Instead, all of my interviews were really calm and casual, and it was more about getting to know me and why I wanted to go to each university. SO, DON’T FREAK OUT. 
OVERALL TIPS
1. Dress nicely, not fancy but put-together. You want to make a good impression. 
2. Be prepared to answer questions about why you want a specific major/why you want to go to their school.
3. Know what you’re going to say about yourself when you get the “Tell me a little bit about yourself” question since you can use that spiel for any interview.
4. MAKE EYE CONTACT. BUT DON’T BE CREEPY. 
5. Don’t freak out over the small details. Focus on the big picture. 
6. You will always get the “Do you have any questions for me?” at the end of the interview, so come up with two good ones before hand. You don’t want to just end the interview with “no I think you’ve answered everything.” Some of mine were about jobs/internships, life on campus, a specific major/minor combination etc…
THINGS I DIDN’T KNOW.
- Interviewers don’t have access to your application. They don’t know your test scores, GPA, rank…. and they don’t care. They won’t ask you about any of this, they want to know more about you apart from these numbers. 
- Your interviewer can be a current student (like mine was for Columbia), they’re not all 60-year old alumni. 
TL;DR
Focus on giving them information that you might have not been able to share on your application. Give them something to remember you by and be interesting. Just focus on getting them to know who you are, what you do, and why you want to go to their school. Apart from that, nothing else really matters. So don’t worry and good luck!

collegeboundvicky:

When I was informed that I had my to have my first college interview, I was simultaneously excited and terrified. I looked all over the internet for advice and tips and I wanted to do anything to prepare. Yet, I wasn’t able to find comprehensive advice/tips that were current for the specific universities that I was looking for. Thus, since I have now done four college interviews for: Hult International Business School, Columbia, Stanford and UPenn, I’ve decided to share some of my own knowledge in hopes of helping some of you guys out. 

INITIAL INTERACTION 

Hult: My Hult interview was over skype so I didn’t have to worry about the formalities of meeting someone in person and how that interaction would go down. I had a test skype call right before to make sure that everything was working well and then I waited for my interviewer to call. 

Columbia: My Columbia interview took place in a coffee shop and I was worried about how to approach that situation. Like, Do I get my coffee? Pay for hers? It ended up being fine, I was just worrying about the little things. What actually happened is that I got there early, got my coffee sat down and waited for her and when she got there she got her coffee and sat next to me and it was perfect. 

Stanford: My Stanford interview was in the lobby of a fancy hotel and at first it was kind of awkward because my interviewer was still talking to another interviewee and wrapping up their conversation. At some point, I just walked around and waited patiently while they finished and then approached her once their interview ended.  (Also, my interviewer e-mailed me before hand telling me to dress casual and so I wore jeans and a nice black blouse and when I got there, the guy who was talking to her was wearing a full-on fancy suit, so that was sort of intimidating, but I got over it… after all, I did follow what she said.) 

UPenn: My UPenn interview happened on the phone so that one was pretty straightforward. Just a little weird not being able to see my interviewers facial expressions, hand movements etc.


3 QUESTIONS MY INTERVIEWERS ASKED ME 

Hult: 

1. What’s your background been like? Moving around? Being an international student? 

2. How have you gotten involved in your school community? 

3. Why do you want to study business?

Columbia:

1. Tell me a little bit about yourself…

2. What are some of your biggest passions? 

3. What do you love about Columbia? 

Stanford:

1. How’s your senior year going by so far? Stressed out? Excited? 

2. Have you visited Stanford? What did you like about it? 

3. What are some of your goals for the future? Where do you see yourself working after college? 

UPenn:

1. What’s life like at your school? Where have you lived in the past? 

2. What extracurriculars do you do? 

3. Why UPenn? 


PRO TIP: I was really worried that some of these schools were going to ask me those insane interview questions like: If you had three balls and a rubber band, how many things could you do with those items? Instead, all of my interviews were really calm and casual, and it was more about getting to know me and why I wanted to go to each university. SO, DON’T FREAK OUT. 

OVERALL TIPS

1. Dress nicely, not fancy but put-together. You want to make a good impression. 

2. Be prepared to answer questions about why you want a specific major/why you want to go to their school.

3. Know what you’re going to say about yourself when you get the “Tell me a little bit about yourself” question since you can use that spiel for any interview.

4. MAKE EYE CONTACT. BUT DON’T BE CREEPY. 

5. Don’t freak out over the small details. Focus on the big picture. 

6. You will always get the “Do you have any questions for me?” at the end of the interview, so come up with two good ones before hand. You don’t want to just end the interview with “no I think you’ve answered everything.” Some of mine were about jobs/internships, life on campus, a specific major/minor combination etc…

THINGS I DIDN’T KNOW.

- Interviewers don’t have access to your application. They don’t know your test scores, GPA, rank…. and they don’t care. They won’t ask you about any of this, they want to know more about you apart from these numbers. 

- Your interviewer can be a current student (like mine was for Columbia), they’re not all 60-year old alumni. 

TL;DR

Focus on giving them information that you might have not been able to share on your application. Give them something to remember you by and be interesting. Just focus on getting them to know who you are, what you do, and why you want to go to their school. Apart from that, nothing else really matters. So don’t worry and good luck!

College Admissions

futurecristinayang:

Hi friends! I just finished 17 college applications and I’m fresh with advice for you all so here it is: 

STANDARDIZED TESTING: 

  • get this shit done ASAP; I started taking practice tests my freshman year and by the end of my sophomore year I had the score I wanted 
  • it literally does not matter if you take the ACT or SAT, colleges don’t fucking care just pick one and do well on it 
  • if you can, take 2 SAT subject tests; many colleges require them and so do special BA/MD programs so its best to have them prepared 
  • “how do you get a good score??”: PRACTICE TESTS! literally take as many as you can and make sure you correct the mistakes you make on each of them so you’re actually learning 

COMMON APPLICATION:

  • opens august 1; you do not have to submit anything then
  • you only get 10 slots for extracurricular activities so choose wisely; also you don’t necessarily need to fill all 10 slots; quality over quantity always 
  • you can submit the common app to a school before you submit the writing supplement! get that shit submitted so you don’t have to worry about it later on 
  • don’t type your essays on the common app; type them on a google doc and then transfer them later on so you can avoid it from crashing and not saving your work 

COLLEGE LIST:

  • don’t fucking apply to all 8 Ivies 
  • make sure you have safeties (easy to get into/affordable), matches (most likely will get in) along with your reaches (no fucking clue if you’ll get in)
  • be realistic about how many applications you can fill out 
  • try to finalize by 1st semester senior year 

COLLEGE ESSAYS: 

  • genuinely spend time on these 
  • don’t reuse your why X college essays 
  • when answering the why X college prompt: DO YOUR RESEARCH! specifics are key; they want students that will actually matriculate 
  • you can usually reuse your why X major essay so be sure to write a really good one 
  • don’t be someone you’re not; just be natural and let your personality shine 
  • they aren’t as bad as they seem I swear you just have to really work with 
  • if you’re really having trouble with a prompt, google it and there’s bound to be admissions blogs that have written tips about answering it 

GENERAL TIMELINE OF COLLEGE SHENANIGANS 

freshman year: 

  • don’t worry about harvard 
  • literally just enjoy your only peaceful year of high school 
  • join a few clubs 
  • get good grades 
  • you’re set

sophomore year: 

  • start looking at schools and figure out what you want in a college 
  • begin building your list 
  • start taking APs (if your school allows you) 
  • look for leadership opportunities 
  • look for summer programs and other things to keep you busy in the summer 
  • get ready for the hellstorm that is junior year

junior year:

  • get testing done by the end of this year 
  • figure out who you’re asking for letters of rec 
  • take AP classes 
  • maintain your GPA 
  • become a leader in your clubs 

senior year: 

  • lay on the floor and cry 
  • like really let it out bc this year is hell 
  • take a rigorous course load and get good grades 
  • finish last minute testing if you still haven’t 
  • register for common app 
  • get letters of rec 
  • send scores to colleges 
  • start writing college essays 
  • apply to scholarships 
  • fill out FAFSA and CSS 

good luck my lovelies xx my inbox is always open as always 

-Ramya