Decisions have been made. College admissions offices have decided which students made the cut and students have finalized which college they will attend. Even with all of the uncertainty due to COVID-19, college this fall will happen, even if it’s virtually. Two trends that stood out this year according to the UCEazy team: 1. The […]
The University of California is phasing out the SAT and ACT. What does this mean for your college admissions strategy?
We are living in unprecedented times. Between the pandemic and civil unrest, and all the second-order effects of major events, where does that leave students seeking admission to a high-quality university? The University of California recently decided to phase out the SAT over the next five years and eventually transition to a new form of […]
Summer will be here before we know it, which means that students will have even more free time. With the uncertainty of activities and enrichment due to COVID-19, we encourage students, now more than ever, to spend time researching summer options. With potentially more time on your hands, take advantage and learn something you have […]
Sit back, grab a cup of joe and relax with UCEazy co-Founder & CEO Vinnie Gupta and UCEazy VP of Customer Success & Enrollment Dennis Yan. During this 11-minute video, the two will discuss how high school juniors can best prepare for their senior year and the college application process. Discussions include how to discover […]
Sit back, grab a cup of joe and relax with UCEazy co-founder & CEO Vinnie Gupta and UCEazy VP of Customer Success & Enrollment Dennis Yan. During this 15-minute video, the two explain the importance of holistic admissions and how it impacts students as they apply to colleges. In short, a holistic approach is when […]
Spring is in the air, which means Spring Break is coming to a school near you. Students need to use their time wisely as they approach summer. Below are some ideas on how they can continue moving forward in March. 8th Graders Prepare for 9th grade by developing strong study habits, reading for pleasure and […]
“The early bird gets the worm.” You’ve likely heard this saying and have probably even said it a time or two. This is especially true for the college admissions process. In the “old days,” you would only need to think about applying to colleges during the first semester of senior year. However, that has dramatically […]