If you have the opportunity to interview with a representative of an Ivy League school make sure you steer clear of saying…
College fairs are full of action and distractions; therefore, by simply remaining focused and asking thoughtful questions you are going to impress admissions officers far more than the vast majority of students in attendance.
“We track each interaction a student initiates with us, including clicking email links, calling the admissions office, participating in online chats and even corresponding with the university via social media,” said Jonathan Burdick, vice provost for enrollment initiatives at University of Rochester.
More in the Democrat & Chronicle (12/21/15)
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