5 Ways to Survive April

March 15, 2009 at 2:39 pm Leave a comment

For seniors waiting for acceptance letters, March/April is a tough time.   Jay Matthews, Washington Post education columnist, offers some sage, sane but unorthodox advice to students in his article, “5 Ways to Survive the April College Crunch” on:

  1. How to handle happy, or grieving, friends
  2. How to decide which school is best
  3. What to do about welcoming weekends
  4. How to get off the waiting list
  5. What to do about a disappointing financial aid offer
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Entry filed under: admissions, social-emotional needs.

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