Category: Juniors

Best Colleges in Virginia – Introduction If you want to learn more about the best colleges in Virginia, you’ve come to the right place. There are many students who want […]

Best Colleges in PA – Introduction Pennsylvania is home to a wide variety of elite institutions. With over 35 colleges and universities across the state, Pennsylvania offers a breadth of […]

The QuestBridge Scholarship Guide The QuestBridge Scholarship is one of the most recognizable scholarships for high school students in the country. With over 50 QuestBridge college partners around the country, […]

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Understanding PSAT Scores – Introduction Usually, when we think of standardized tests and college admissions, we tend to focus on SAT and ACT scores. However, PSAT scores can also play […]

Best Colleges in Ohio: Introduction  Are you looking for a public or private college in the Midwest with access to major metropolitan centers? If your ideal college location matches this […]

Best Colleges in Florida – Introduction If you want to learn about the best colleges in Florida, you’re in the right place. Florida is a diverse state with stunning natural […]

Scholarships for High School Juniors: Introduction As a junior, college financial planning may not be at the forefront of your mind. However, it’s never too early to start preparing for […]

Best Universities in New York – Introduction Ah, New York– the Big Apple! Home to some world-renowned institutions, which are not only the best universities in New York but also […]

College Application Deadlines – Introduction Understanding college application deadlines is a key part of planning for the college admissions process. You may have just started building your college list. Or, […]

Exploring Ivy League Universities – Introduction Chances are, if you’re working through the college application process, you’ve heard the phrase “Ivy League universities.” Ivy League schools are some of the […]

The College List – An Introduction CollegeAdvisor’s College Finder Series is designed to help you navigate every part of choosing the right college for you, including:   This “College List” article […]

In this article, CollegeAdvisor.com admissions expert Bailee Peralto shares tips on maintaining self-care during junior year, especially throughout the college application process. For more guidance on the college application process […]

Here at CollegeAdvisor.com, we know that college admissions are a lot to deal with. The stress of picking schools, writing essays, filling out applications, paying for applications, and making an […]

In this article, former admissions officer and Head of Advising at CollegeAdvisor.com Lauren Lynch shares how students can showcase their unique traits and stand out during the college application process. […]

Preparing for College by Completing Two Years of Dual Enrollment in High School In this article, CollegeAdvisor.com Admissions Expert Zoe Edington shares her experience with dual enrollment in high school […]

Photographer: Nguyen Dang Hoang Nhu | Source: Unsplash In this article, CollegeAdvisor.com admissions expert Finn covers standardized testing as well as test prep strategies. For more help with building a […]

Photographer: Pedro Lastra | Source: Unsplash With the number of applicants rising every year, college admissions can be extremely competitive. A traditional university, however, is not the only route to […]

Photographer: kyo azuma | Source: Unsplash Though most of your applications will be completed and submitted during your senior year of high school, your junior year is of utmost importance […]

Photographer: Estée Janssens | Source: Unsplash In this article, admissions expert Brynlee shares tips on how to spend your Junior Summer to get into college. To build a strategy for […]

If like the majority of college applicants you aren’t ready to apply early action or don’t yet feel committed enough to one institution to apply early decision, don’t worry! Follow […]