With millions of variables to consider, we believe focusing on a few core metrics will greatly increase your odds at success with your college plan. Part V of Danny Umali’s Unique Useful Insights. 9-minute video. Danny Umali has called Georgia his home for more than than 24 years. Danny is co-founder of Game Theory College […]
There seems to be a recurring trend amongst parents of students applying to college that is quite unsettling: the use of the collective “we” in conversation about the application journey. This blog is going to break down why it’s important to move away from this language to best support students applying to college. The Trend […]
November is Georgia Apply to College Month. GA high school students can apply to 19 public colleges and universities now through November 30, FOR FREE
Roughly two months into the second fall semester of the pandemic, postsecondary enrollment is now running 2.6% below last year’s
EFC or Student Aid Index is one of the most often misunderstood concepts in higher ed.
Almost 100 colleges from across the globe in the week’s sessions Sponsored by the ICO Tuesday, November 16, 2021 7:00-7:45 pm EDT Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:00-7:45 pm EDT
You’ve been working hard on your college applications—admissions essays, activity lists, letters of rec, the whole nine yards. Now you’ve hit a new part of the admissions process. You’re about to have your first college interview. What do you do?
Use social media to your advantage with the college admissions process.
Students with disabilities who are considering a gap experience may wonder what they can or can’t expect from a structured program. Gap experts and founders of @j2Guides Jane and Jason Sarouhan
Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams virtual college fair
Many so called “expensive” colleges do not cost as much as you think. 2nd Unique Useful Insight from Game Theory College Planners. Danny Umali has called Georgia his home for more than than 24 years. Danny is co-founder of Game Theory College Planners. By leveraging existing and new partnerships, Danny also pioneered the integration of […]
4-year graduations rates are an often overlooked statistic that can be the difference between success or failure with your college plan. 1st Unique Useful Insight from Game Theory College Planners. 3 minute video. Danny Umali grew up in Orlando, Florida but has called Georgia his home for more than than 24 years. Danny is co-founder […]
Find out more here. Tuesday, November 2, 2021 4:00-8:00 pm EDT 368 colleges participating, from across the US and the world.
According to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, fall postsecondary enrollment numbers show no signs of recovery from last year’s declines, according to early data
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Four sessions this week with over a hundred colleges from across the US participating. Monday, October 25, 2021 5:00 – 8:45 EDT Tuesday, October 26, 2021 5:00 – 7:45 EDT Wednesday, October 27, 2021 5:00 – 7:45 EDT Thursday, October 28, 2021 5:00 – 7:45 EDT Find out about participating colleges and register here. The […]
Over a hundred colleges from across the US participating, with several sessions for international universities.
Virtual Fairs are taking place across the country with hundreds of colleges presenting and answering questions from students & parents.
do students want a four-year residential college experience, or do they want to live off campus after their first or second year? Do they ever want to live on campus at all?
Dive Brief: Student enrollment in exclusively distance education saw a significant increase in 2020 due to institutions offering courses virtually that would have normally been offered on-campus, new data suggests. That’s according to an annual report from the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements, or NC-SARA, a distance education oversight organization that covers all […]
Learn about test-optional colleges and discover if the SAT and ACT still matter to you
In today’s College Planning Tip of the Week, Jack Wang discusses the pros and cons of private loans.
Recommendation letters are just one part of your college application, but they provide critical context and give admission readers insight into why you would be a good fit and addition to the college community.
This two-part post will help you understand more about how colleges use teacher and counselor letters of recommendation in the college admission process.