Tag: universities in the US

Early Action and Early Decision: How to Decide

September 18th, 2020 / Lucy Tittle / UK, / Comments Off on Early Action and Early Decision: How to Decide

As students work diligently on their US uni applications, many are contemplating which decision pathway to use. Universities in the US offer multiple deadlines for applications. However, these deadlines are not arbitrary. Rather, each pathway has unique advantages for students. At A-List, we aim to make the US university admissions process transparent so you can … Continue reading “Early Action and Early Decision: How to Decide”

What is a “Good” SAT Score?

August 11th, 2020 / Lucy Tittle / UK, / Comments Off on What is a “Good” SAT Score?

 As student prepare to apply to US universities, students often ask: 1) What is a good SAT score?  2) How do I get it? Quality and Variety of US universities According to National Association for College Admissions Counselling. The SAT is a significant part of the application with 54% of colleges ranking these scores as … Continue reading “What is a “Good” SAT Score?”

Why Apply to US Universities?

August 7th, 2020 / Lucy Tittle / UK, / Comments Off on Why Apply to US Universities?

For international students, trying to decipher the vast amount of information about universities in the US can be overwhelming. Because this is a decision that requires careful thought and planning, A-List works to support students and families with expert advice and coaching. Here are some reasons why applying to a US uni might be the … Continue reading “Why Apply to US Universities?”