College Interviews: Five Ways to De-stress

Oh no, another college interview. You finished your personal statement. You submitted your application. You even sent in the scores from your latest battle with the SAT. Now, you’re outside the door of the dean’s office waiting for the next college interview. Of course, the best way to reduce stress before an interview is to come prepared: • Practice potential questions with a friend the day before, • Get a good night’s sleep, and • …

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Career Advising with American Admissions

Career advising. We’re excited to announce that we’ve begun advising professionals and recent grads in Austin and Austin on career transitions and the job search! Sound like something you need? Click the link here and sign up today! Our background is based strongly in the academic details needed to successfully apply to and then gain acceptance at competitive colleges and graduate schools in Texas and across the country. Off hand, our advisors know what percentile …

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When to Apply to College: Your College Prep Timeline!

For many students and parents, applying to college is a scary prospect. In my years of experience, best antidote to college application anxiety is preparation. The earlier students begin, the better options they have when it’s time to make that final college decision at the end of their senior year. So let’s look at a comprehensive guide to when to apply to college. To help you with the process, we’ve created a step by step …

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The Biggest Problem with MBA Personal Statements?

In a phrase: they’re too damn boring! I’ve helped clients write over 100 MBA personal statements in the last few years, and one recurring theme stands out: business school applicants almost always want to restate their resume, point for point, on a personal statement. I mean, how boring is that? First rule of writing: put yourself in your reader’s shoes. Do you think an MBA Admissions Adviser wants to read a rephrasing of your resume, …

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Musings on Georgetown, Texas and its small, stately Southwestern University

Approaching the town of Georgetown from I35, coming south from Waco, is quite a sight to behold in March. The hills of the surrounding towns and countryside are a strong, deep green.   This area of Texas, although a thirty minute drive from the heart of Austin, sits free from the plague of endless Texan urban sprawl. Windows down, the smell of spring in the air, you’re truly deep in the heart of the verdant …

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How to Write a Graduate School Personal Statement – Crosspost from Gold Standard Advising

Most clients I see who are applying to graduate school do not know how to effectively write a good graduate school personal statement. They fall into a few common traps that keep their writing from being effective and memorable. Some of the most common traps they fall into are being too boring in their writing, restating their resume in their personal statement, or being too impersonal in the personal statement. This is understandable. They were …

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