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Researching Universities (Virtually)

SFU Reflecting Pool

Building a great list of universities (and programs) takes time, research, and a good deal of reflection. Springtime is normally a good time to start visiting campuses. This spring, not so much. A global pandemic has a way of complicating things. All is not lost.  There are plenty of ways for you to start researching…

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Admission interviews: Prepare to succeed

Interview waiting room

Admission interviews in the Canadian Application Process There was a time when final grades were the only factor Canadian universities considered for admission. As we mentioned in Ontario: Program and Admission Trends, universities in that province – but the same is true across the country – are placing increased emphasis on supplementary applications and interviews. …

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U.S. Universities and “demonstrated interest”

UCLA

When applying to American universities, demonstrating interest is important. According to a National Association for College Admissions Counselling (NACAC), about 50 percent of universities claim that a student’s demonstrated interest is either highly or moderately important in the admissions process. The university admissions process may be likened to dating.  Universities want applicants to show them…

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