Preparing Strong College Applications Information Session
November 5, 2016
It's that stressful time of year, when seniors are working furiously on college applications! Join us for an information session about what colleges look for in successful applications, tips for writing a winning admissions essay and avoiding common pitfalls, and how to craft an application that gets noticed for all the right reasons. There will be time to ask the experts your pressing questions as well.
This information session is open to both students and their families. Pre-registration is strongly suggested (though not required): Pre-register here!
Please enter through the **77th Street entrance of the Museum** (between Central Park West and Columbus Ave) and head to the Kaufmann Theater when you arrive!
November 5, 2016
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
This programming is supported by the generous contribution of MetLife Foundation.
Additional support is provided by The Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation.
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