Advice to the Class of 2016
Posted by Ryan DeVito on 2 June 2018
As high school students apply to college, advice comes from every direction - some good, some not. The best advice often comes from your peers. Would you be interested to know what wisdom the class of 2015 could offer?
Check out this article. The class of 2015, who just completed the whole college admissions process, offers some great insight to rising seniors about to start the college application grind. Chief among the advice: go on college tours without your parents, that way you avoid having your mind changed by their opinions. Other good advice includes starting your college essays over the summer, applying by the early action deadline in the fall, and not to catch senioritis after acceptance letters start rolling in.
Are you a graduating senior who has tips for rising seniors? We would love to hear your comments below.