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Finding College Pathways

Hey, my name is Jay KC. The moment my brother in law brought me with him to work, I knew I wanted to become a pharmacist. My whole life I was interested in sciences. From learning about the three states of matter to learning about how enzymes are a catalyst for many reactions and cell

My Application Process as a Private School Student

I am Vera, a senior from Worcester Academy. Senior year is always the busiest during high school. Being an international student is even more challenging. SAT and AP exams are not enough. We need TOEFL scores, and high GPA’s to prove we can keep up with the courses in college. Luckily, my school is helpful

Sci-Fi Fantasy Scholarship Essay Competition

Do you enjoy writing? Do you enjoy telling science fiction and/or fantasy stories? Do you imagine worlds beyond reality? Well, look no further! CollegeFindMe is hosting a writing competition aimed at all you creative writers out there. The competition is simple: submit an original 650 word max sci-fi and/or fantasy story for the chance to

Discovering Your Passion

Hello, my name is Emilio, I’m chicano, also known as Mexican-American. I am currently a freshman in high school at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, also known as CRLS. As a freshman I still have a lot to explore, but right now I have my sights on Culinary arts. I am lucky because this is

SAT and ACT 2017-2018 Dates

As junior year comes to a close, make sure you're aware of these upcoming test and registration dates for the SAT and ACT. By taking them now, you'll get a head start on your applications for the fall and also have the chance to retake them if you want to get a higher score. Register

Applying to Stanford

By high school intern Pilli Crus-De Jesus Ever since I began to fathom life in college I knew where I wanted to go. To explain my dream college location it makes the most sense to begin in third grade. I was living in San Jose, California and had been my whole life. I had a

Junior Year Checklist

We know junior year can be a busy time for students. Which is why we wanted to make a checklist of items you sure be sure to complete before senior year. By following this list you'll be all set to apply to colleges in the Fall, come senior year! Start drafting a list of colleges

FAFSA Tips: A Video Series

The FAFSA is your key to free aid towards college, so no matter what, it is worth applying for. Every year, thousands of dollars go unclaimed, which is why you should prioritize filling it out this winter break. We’ve compiled a series of videos that will help explain and even address typical questions about the

How to Ace the SAT or ACT

By Simarn Regmi, a high school intern Hey, everyone! Hope you enjoyed your break and Happy New Year 2018, yay!!! Today’s blog post is going to be for my juniors in high school who are going to be taking the SAT or ACT tests soon. Don’t all jump up in excitement hahaha…. Anyways, as a

Essay Guidelines Part 1: Time and Content

By intern Marc Leroux-Parra Few people can argue that the personal essay, in any college application, is one of the most, if not the most, important pieces of the application. This is the largest opportunity you, as a student, have to tell your story. Don’t let the fear of sounding “backwards” or “different” impair and

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