Previously, we’ve discussed the steps to take if you wish to cancel your SAT score, and mentioned that if the schools you’re applying to do not require all of your test scores, you might not have to panic. That’s because many schools will “superscore” your tests! In this post, we will talk about what superscoring means, what you can do about it, and which colleges superscore your tests.
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has been closed since 3/18 due to COVID-19, but it plans to resume its in-person services on as early as 6/4. International students who need to apply for Visas can finally rejoice! ?
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!
We collect almost all the College Board past exams of every course in this post, which includes free unofficial practice tests. All you have to do is to save the documents and put a great effort into practicing these tests! Without further ado, here are the free tests! AP Biology past exams+free practice test AP […]
While more and more schools join the Common App and Coalition App, they also want to have a better understanding of their applicants from across the world. One way to do so is using supplement essays, and among various topics, the most popular one is the “Why [School]?” essay prompt because it requires applicants to not only elaborate on their reasons for choosing the school, but also show why they are a good match for the school. In this post, we will use New York University (NYU) as a case study and look at how you may go about writing “Why [School]?” essays.