I was recently talking to a mom friend of mine, and she mentioned that her daughter cried every single day of online learning this past spring. Obviously, it wasn’t a pleasant experience for anyone in her family. That said, the move to virtual learning last semester was a quick and unexpected one, and it’s no…

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You’re sitting at an interview for your dream job, rattling off the various awards you’ve won and strengths you would bring to their company. Suddenly, the interviewer pauses and asks, “What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever seen on TV?” In this serious moment, you’re given a chance to let your hair down and show a…

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It’s been big news in the college admissions world: as Covid-19 complicates ACT and SAT schedules, some universities are going test-optional, allowing applicants to forego submitting scores altogether. And while deemphasizing the importance of standardized tests might first make you breathe a sigh of relief, we’d argue that in reality, great test scores have never…

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You’ve probably got a general checklist of everything you and your child need to accomplish before they head off to college, from skills like learning to do laundry to those practical tasks like buying twin XL bed sheets. However, there’s one side of this transition that’s often overlooked, and that’s the emotional side. With increased…

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The past two weeks are ones that will go down in the history books. After the murder of George Floyd on May 25th, protests have erupted across the country and a long overdue and brutally honest dialogue about racism has begun. Instead of simply saying, “I’m not racist,” many white Americans are, for the first…

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When things began to shut down a couple of months ago, there was a common refrain we heard often that we should “find the silver lining.” While it may seem idealistic at best and insensitive at worst, there’s no question that current affairs have brought drastic changes to our day-to-day lives – and those changes…

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Like every graduating class before you, the class of 2020 is being celebrated this spring. Unlike previous classes, however, you’re being celebrated without hugs, parties, or even walking across a stage at commencement. In short, you’ve been robbed of the traditional pomp and circumstance that should accompany an achievement as exciting as graduation. While no…

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Between the various forms, transcripts, main essays, supplemental essays, short answers, recommendation letters, and fees, there are a lot of different parts to your various college applications. In other words, there is a lot of room for error. In the many rounds of college admissions we’ve helped students through, these are the six most common…

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It’s 2020 – does anyone invest in anything without doing some serious intel first? We read Amazon reviews before pressing Add to Cart, and we check out Yelp pages before visiting a new restaurant. If you’re thinking about investing in the Enrichery’s College Admissions Workshop, there’s nothing better than hearing from a former student. Sneha Kumar…

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