Prospective undergraduate applicants to US face a daunting task of filling up many centralized application systems such as Common App, Coalition App, Illinois App, etc. or individual applications to universities which have their own system (MIT for instance). All of these application systems have a section which talks about ‘activities that you want to report’ section. Filling it can be a little tricky for first time applicants. We shall chalk out some important points which you may want to bear in mind as you fill up this section.
Early action, Early Decision, Rolling Admission, Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, next year – the number of options in terms of when you can submit your admission application can be overwhelming. We recommend a simple yardstick to determine when to apply – “WHEN YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION IS READY.”
A lot of our students have come to us with the question – whether they should pursue an MBA or MIM (Masters in Management). We have figured that this answer is a function of the unique profile of the student and his/her objectives. However, a few broad insights have emerged.
Choosing the right University/Course combination which fits well with your skills and interests, has the right brand value and eventually leads to a great job are the most important factors before you start writing your college-application.
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