Meredith has a decision to make: theater programs at New York University, Boston U or the University of Michigan.
Eric, who was accepted into three doctoral programs, just decided to attend NYU, where he will conduct research and earn both master’s and doctorate degrees in psychology.
Blaine was accepted to Vanderbilt, Case Western and Michigan.
In a word, Wow’s 2012 students are hearing yes from their first choice schools. The majority of Wow students who applied early decision to the University of Michigan got in a while ago, and a few will make the Michigan State University Honors College their home for the next four years.
As seniors and those pursuing graduate studies begin to make their decisions, juniors should start thinking about where they would like to attend college. It’s a good time to consider the essay – and learn a little more about the task that is becoming more important as competition for admission increases each year.
Wow has a few slots open for school visits (we’re headed to Frankenmuth, Southfield and Waterford in the coming weeks) from now through June. If you are interested, invite us to your school, and learn more about what it takes to stand out in a college essay.
Just ask Blaine’s mom, Jan, who wrote to us last week:
“Your instruction and guidance were invaluable to my son as he attacked the overwhelming array of essay questions on his standardized tests, Common Application, many supplements, and scholarship essays. He took your tips to heart, and met with much success this year.”
We can’t wait to meet this year’s college applicants. Will you or someone you know be among them?