This week, Polygon talked to college admissions officers and counselors to find out how to make a college application that’s really, really easy to do.
And, yes, it’s really easy.
There are no fancy essay questions, no tricky math questions, and you can actually get a response within a couple of minutes.
It’s basically the best college application ever.
We know that.
We’ve tried it.
And the results are pretty damn impressive.
We want to share with you a list of the most important college admissions tips and advice that can help you navigate your college application, get the perfect recommendation, and avoid a disaster like this.
Let’s dive right in.1.
Pick the right school to apply to, then choose your majorYou know, a lot of people think that colleges are the only place where you can apply to many different schools.
That’s not true.
There’s so many different colleges and universities that you can go to that you probably won’t be able to get to a single one.
If you do want to go to a college, it is important to choose the right college to apply at.
This means looking at the school you’d like to attend, not the school that you applied to in the first place.
Here are some tips that can make a big difference in your chances of getting into the best colleges.1) Look at the number of students you’re planning to send to college.
Most colleges and schools will accept applicants who are at least 18 and have a GPA between 3.5 and 4.0.
So if you have two people at your school, they will be able take advantage of the other students’ GPA.
It is worth it to have a plan for how many people you will send to school.2) Pick the school with the most open admission rates.
Some schools, like the University of Minnesota, will accept up to 80% of the applicants who apply.
But if you want to send more than 40% of your applicants to school, you’ll need to look at the top schools.
For example, in 2017, the top 10 schools that accepted 40% or more of the applications were all at the University (Texas A&M, Michigan, Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt), Northwestern, and Princeton.
This is a huge advantage if you’re going to go with a school that is not as selective as some of the others.3) If you apply to schools that accept people from different socioeconomic groups, make sure you’re applying to schools where you are the most likely to get a good recommendation.
Many colleges have very high rates of minority applicants.
So, if you apply with an Asian student in your class, the odds are that you will get a really good recommendation, but the odds of that being the case is much higher if you are a white student in the class.4) Choose the school based on what it has to offer.
If it has a huge amount of students who are underrepresented in the academic field, like Asian American, African American, and Native American, then you can easily get an edge by choosing a school with more diverse student body.5) Look for other people who have already been accepted to a school.
You might be surprised how many colleges and programs accept students who have applied to schools they are already in, or who have taken a class they are not qualified to take.6) Pick a school based upon its admissions standards.
This might be a question that most college admissions applicants think about, but you will have to do a little homework to figure out if you really need to get an offer from a particular school.
This can mean choosing a university with the best GPA and GPA-point average (or both) and applying to that school if you don’t want to take a course in that field.7) If a school offers a good selection of majors, go for it.
If not, take a class you don