"College admissions." If hearing these two words doesn't send a sudden, involuntarily shudder through your body, you're definitely not a high school s...
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The next four months will be intense and rigorous, but I am ready for it. I am excited to see where this journey takes me. I cannot know my fate, but I can definitely guide it.
Applying to college is daunting, but I started early. I don't want to panic and fall flat on my face.
I want to keep calm and carry on. I want to rock it.
I was so depressed when I didn't get into NYU that I Googled "how to deal with a college rejection." But then I realized that I didn't get accepted because it wasn't the right fit for me, and I'm OK with that.
You know that feeling you get when you think you failed an exam but then find out that you actually aced it? That's the feeling I got when I finished my college list a few weeks ago.
December is a very important month in my college application process. I have a detailed schedule for everything, including a schedule for fun -- yes, I schedule fun.
For high school seniors, the college admissions process is a rat race of exams, essays, AP classes, and extra-curriculars. Their mission? To be accepted at the university of their choice.
When I was a little girl and watched A Cinderella Story, I wanted to attend Princeton because, according to the movie, both princesses and Hilary Duff went there. Things changed.
The most stressful part of the college application process is waiting. I find myself missing meals and sometimes forgetting the day of the week, but I have to say, it does make life more interesting.
My mom and I were laughing because otherwise we'd be crying. Laughter eases the college application process, I kid you not.
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