An Introduction to College Admissions in the United States

As you and your child consider their future following graduation from high school, it is important to have a clear picture of all the options for a college education. There are more than 4,000 accredited colleges in the United States. Given so many options, we recommend narrowing down the choices that are best suited for […]


Everything on your college application starts on day one of ninth grade

Anna Cavanaugh had no idea how to get into the college of her dreams, and she had little help. After struggling to get into college, she pursued her Master’s Degree, determined to be the help that high school students need to get into the right college. The following points of advice are from Anna’s presentation […]


How many AP exams should I take for Ivy League schools?

Take as many as you can handle with the consideration of the following: 1) Don’t add additional AP classes just because it looks good on a transcript. What looks good is spending your time on high-impact, meaningful activities outside of one’s high school campus. 2) Don’t add AP classes if there is a high probability […]


What’s the Parent’s Role in Child’s Admissions into a Top Tier College?

What’s the Parent’s Role in Child’s Admissions into a Top Tier College? By Vinnie Gupta, UCEazy As school busses start rolling down the street and after-school activities start crowding the calendar, it’s affirmation that the new school year has begun. Whether your child is an 8 th grader or a 12 th grader, college is […]


Role of Parenting in Admissions into a Top Tier College?

Role of Parenting in Admissions into a Top Tier College? By Vinnie Gupta, Co-Founder, UCEazy   The new school year has begun and whether your child is an 8th grader or a 12th grader, college is always on the forefront of the minds for most parents.   As a first-generation immigrant family, we didn’t understand […]


Who is a typical UCEazy counselor?

UCEazy counselors aren’t just experts in the field-they are mentors, former admissions officers, parents of children who already went through the college process, and have diverse international experience. Recently, we began to feature some of our all-star counselor team through a series of videos. Dr. Nicole Korgie Jackson is an industry veteran with over 25 […]


Is the 8th Grade Too Early to Start College Admissions Counseling?

Recently, we posted a short video by Kelley Strong, one of our UCEazy counselors. This video is an expert’s opinion about why students in the 8th grade should start college admissions counseling. Below are three reasons why you should start counseling in the 8th grade. To watch the video, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQ39WttNJUs&list=UUgKptU0szrx8_iUnApIy5Dg&index=4  1. College admissions counselors […]


UCEazy Co-Founder Vinnie Gupta’s interview (in Hindi)

Radio Punjab is a prominent radio station focused on first-generation immigrants from the Punjab region in India. Last week, UCEazy Co-Founder Vinnie Gupta was interviewed on the need for rising seniors to use their summer wisely.  Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8DoNCfe58c&list=UUgKptU0szrx8_iUnApIy5Dg&index=1 Feeling social? Interact with us and get the latest news and event information: www.facebook.com/askuceazy


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