With so much confusion about campus plans for the near future, it’s understandable that current college students want to re-evaluate their higher ed plans. In this episode, IvyWise college admissions counselors Amy (Former Associate Director of Admissions at Bucknell University) and Juaquin (Former Admissions Officer at Occidental College) explain how the transfer admissions process works and share tips on how students can build their balanced college lists and perfect their application materials. They also address some of the most pressing FAQs that we have been receiving from students who are contemplating transferring.
Semester 3: Episode 7: How should medical school applicants prepare for interviews?
Semester 3: Episode 6: What are the different MBA application deadlines?
Semester 3: Episode 5: Why are recommendation letters important?
Semester 3: Episode 4: How can students start off the new school year on the right foot?
Semester 3: Episode 3: What do all the different application rounds mean?
Season 3: Episode 2: How do I write a great personal statement and supplemental essays?
Semester 3: Episode 1: What is the Common App?
Semester 2: Episode 11: How can parents help their students with the college prep process?
Semester 2: Episode 10: The US versus UK University Admissions Process
Semester 2: Episode 9: College Athletic Recruitment in the Time of COVID-19
Semester 2: Episode 8: The importance of building a strong foundation
Semester 2: Episode 7: How did the 2020-21 college admissions cycle go?
Semester 2: Episode 6: What should I do if I got waitlisted?
Semester 2: Episode 5: What do students and families need to know about the financial aid process?
Semester 2: Episode 4: What are business school admissions committees looking for?
Semester 2: Episode 3: What are medical school admissions committees looking for?
Semester 2: Episode 2: How do college admissions officers evaluate transcripts?
Semester 1: Episode 11: How do I get recruited?
Semester 1: Episode 10: What extracurricular activities do I need to do?
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