To prevent a second breakout of COVID-19, California State University is the first school to announce that its 23 campuses will turn to online classes for the fall semester.
Until the end of May, around 50 top universities like UPenn, Georgia Tech, and Johns Hopkins are offering free course-end certificates. Take advantage of this opportunity to help you get a huge boost in your application!
To stand out in college applications, students often take classes outside of school. However, what classes should you take? Here, we recommend 5 different levels of classes to stand out in your application.
As you complete your college application and later the supplement questions, most colleges would ask you to indicate your “intended major,” “alternative majors,” or something as simple as “area/field of interests.” There are countless myths about what to put down and whether your answer affects your chance of getting in. Every school can be different when it comes to undergraduate admissions: some schools have requirements for different colleges within the school, while some wouldn’t look at intended major at all.