Common Application: How to be the Best Applicant You Can Be

By the time you are reading this, you are most likely completing (or are near completion) of your high school career. By this time, most of your grades are set and stone, perhaps you have already taken the SATs, now all you have left is the Common Application. And while you have worked hard for years and months to obtain those numbers, they are just pieces of the entire package that you will submit in January for consideration at university

Organic Chemistry: How You Can Make it Easier Than General Chemistry (OP-ED)

If you are a prospective STEM major, you may have heard of Organic Chemistry, and how infamously difficult the course is. An essential pre-requisite, especially for those of you interested in medicine, Orgo (colloquially) is said to ‘make-or-break’ aspiring pre-meds. Well I am here to tell you, that Organic Chemistry may just be easier than … Continue reading Organic Chemistry: How You Can Make it Easier Than General Chemistry (OP-ED)

Why You Should Apply to Liberal Arts Colleges (even as a Pre-Med)

With over 1,500 colleges and universities in the United States, there are roughly 200 small to mid-sized liberal arts colleges. Amongst those includes Williams, Amherst, Swarthmore, Wellesley, Emory, Vassar, just to name a few.[1] While you may or may not have heard of these colleges during your college information session at your high school, this article is going to explain to you why you should consider adding them to your Common Application when the cycle opens again in August.