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Public Opinion Snubs Movie Theaters

December 26, 2012

The Oscars are over, and now we know which movies we probably should have caught in the theaters. However, with the advent of digital media and the affordability of Netflix, it’s almost not worth the price of admission. Source

College Admissions Statistics 2011

College Admissions Statistics 2011

December 13, 2012

StudentAdvisor has put together a handy graphic to show some of the most interesting college application data we’ve seen recently. We have everything you’re looking for – from admissions statistics to wait lists to application rates. Source

Admitulator Cracks the Code for College

Admitulator Cracks the Code for College

September 28, 2012

Say a professor wants well-rounded students; she might give more weight to recommendations and community service. That’ll produce rankings of all the applications that can then be compared to those of an administrator who thinks grades and test scores are the best means of assessment. The incoming class can thus be balanced out, according to […]

College Facts

College Facts

August 9, 2012

Check this one out. Here are some school facts you might find interesting. These are the factors what colleges based their decision for students’ admission. Why would submit many school applications, is it hard to be absorbed in a school or something? $40 as the application fee doesn’t sound so bad. Remember, your future is […]