Studying is compulsory for all students. Thatâ€™s why most parents send their kids to school to get good education. Having education is good for the future. If you donâ€™t believe, try to buy magazines or look for vacancies online. What do you see? Most vacancies require applicants to graduate from school. More vacancies are available for college graduates with high GPA. Thus, to be able to compete in this world, you should study. Continue reading
Holiday season is always waited by most people, starting from students, workers, to businessmen. On holiday, they can spend their time to have fun by going for a recreation to beautiful places to refresh their body and mind after working hard for certain period. Itâ€™s the time to enjoy ourselves with our beloved people. Continue reading
Today a lot of people have difficulty to fulfill their needs. The increasing of prices that happens continuously makes many people try to get additional income. There are many ways to get additional income. Continue reading
The admissions office helps people learn about the college and works with students who are in the process of applying. It is also responsible for deciding who will be admitted.
The people who work in the admissions officeâ€”the dean, counselors, recruiters, and assistantsâ€”can provide you with application forms. They can answer your questions about the college, provide general materials such as viewbooks and CDs, help you set up interviews, and arrange campus tours, open houses, and other special programs. Continue reading
Keeping track of all the information you gather can be a big challenge. Itâ€™s not as hard as it seems! You could mark file folders or large envelopes with the names of each college in which you are interested. Put any information you get in these files. Continue reading
When you first look at colleges, the choices can seem overwhelming! But when you think about the different factorsâ€”size, setting, academics, and many othersâ€”you can narrow your list quite a bit. If your list has more than ten colleges, you may want to narrow it more before you start applying. Continue reading