Friday, January 23, 2015
Trusted College Financial Advisors: Avoid Admission Interview Mistakes
According to a usnews.com report, overall college enrollment rates increased from 26% to 41% from 1980 to 2012. The trend is partly driven by for-profit colleges who have high acceptance rates. But for those who have their eyes on the Ivies, admission is more challenging as acceptance rates are lower and there is greater struggle for limited slots. Admission typically includes interviews. This is because even though a student scores high in written tests, these don’t automatically make him or her fit for the institution. Admissions officers intend to know more about the drive and the attitude of the person behind the paper.