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Chance Me
Admissions Opinion

Chance Me

'Chance Me' threads, where students can find out whether they can gain admission to a certain college, are popular on College Confidential.

No Money, Honey!
Admissions Student Life

No Money, Honey!

Students end up spending a lot more money in college due to "hidden costs".

Andrew Jackson
Politics

Andrew Jackson

Michelle Obama encouraged students to apply for federal financial aid.
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Michelle Obama encouraged students to apply for federal financial aid.

SAT Craze
Admissions

SAT Craze

Students prepare for the SAT from a very young age.

Coffee Chats
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Coffee Chats

Many college interviews are held over a cup of coffee. Imagine spilling that cup of coffee on your interviewer!

A private enters a bombed-out cathedral in Acerno, Italy, during WWII.
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A private enters a bombed-out cathedral in Acerno, Italy, during WWII.

A private enters a bombed-out cathedral in Acerno, Italy, during WWII.

How To Win The Interview
Admissions

How To Win The Interview

Come to your interview having researched the school and knowing why you want to go there.

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Harvard freshmen tell seniors to stop worrying about their college applications and enjoy the last few months of high school.

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Whether you you finished your Common App weeks in advance or just barely made it at 11:59 p.m., you did it. You’ve completed your college applications. However, the new year doesn’t mean you can relax just yet.

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Whether you you finished your Common App weeks in advance or just barely made it at 11:59 p.m., you did it. You’ve completed your college applications. However, the new year doesn’t mean you can relax just yet.

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Class of 2014: You are so, so close.

Cramming the Common App
Admissions

Cramming the Common App

Most students cram their essay-writing in the last few days before college applications are due.

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Students eagerly checked their emails for college admissions decisions early this December.

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The Class of 2017 reflect on the day they received their acceptances to Harvard as they congratulate the new members of the Class of 2018.