2017/18 UK & US University Admission Results

Posted On 09.02.2018 | Arch Sharing

Congratulations to ARCH students on receiving multiple offers/ acceptances from top UK and US universities!

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2018 Summer: The "ARCH PATHWAY" Talk Series

Posted On Monday, May 21, 2018

Over the past 9 years, ARCH has successfully guided 1,000+ students into top UK and US schools and universities. What are the common traits for success? How to differentiate each student? What are the key decisions one needs to make? Each student is unique. Each pathway is different. ARCH case studies will show how we leverage our 5 divisions to support your child by carving out a tailored PATHWAY! Join us for the talks!

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2017/18 US University Admissions Results

Posted On Monday, April 16, 2018

ARCH US Admissions Counseling Team is excited to announce our incredible 2017-18 US university admissions results!

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2017/18 Oxbridge Admissions Result

Posted On Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Despite increased competition and universities’ focus on state school recruitment, ARCH students have achieved 20 Oxbridge offers across 10+ subjects; plus 120+ offers from Top 4 London universities (LSE, UCL, KCL, Imperial)!

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2017/18 US Boarding Schools Results

Posted On Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Congratulations to our students on their amazing results and wish them success in their future educational endeavors!

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Notification: Our phone system will undergo maintenance on 15 Feb

Posted On Monday, February 12, 2018

Our center’s hotline +852 3568 0406 will be suspended on Thursday the 15th February from 10am to 12noon, for the purpose of system maintenance.

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2017/18 UK & US University Admission Results

Posted On Friday, February 9, 2018

Congratulations to ARCH students on receiving multiple offers/ acceptances from top UK and US universities!

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How to Deal with Interview Nerves

Posted On Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Since time immemorial, mankind has had certain chemical and biological processes hardwired into our bodies.   When we feel fear, our levels of cortisol and adrenaline skyrocket while bloodflow decreases to the parts of our brain that deal with cri

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Tips to Prepare for a Successful Transition from High School to US University: Part I

Posted On Thursday, July 27, 2017

After having been accepted to a US university or college, you are likely spending much of the summer before your freshman year preparing to enter university or college in the United States. For some, this may mean enjoying time with family and friends; others may be getting ahead with some of their studies or attending a pre-college summer camp. Regardless of what you are doing individually, most of you are probably feeling pretty excited — and also probably a little apprehensive. What will my classes be like?  Will I get along with my roommate? How will I make friends? The transition from high school to college is a huge step and being nervous about this transition is completely normal. Don’t worry, to some degree every high school student experiences pre-college fears.

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Tips to Prepare for a Successful Transition from High School to US University: Part II

Posted On Thursday, July 27, 2017

Some students, particularly those who have attended a US boarding school, arrive at a US University prepared for the challenges that lie ahead and may not notice a huge difference between their boarding and college experiences. They have essentially had a pre-college experience at boarding school, where they learned to live independently, manage their time, and achieve academic success. For others, the difference may take some time to get used to.

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Tips to Prepare for a Successful Transition from High School to US University: Part III

Posted On Thursday, July 27, 2017

Time Management and Sleep Patterns:

Generally, high schools students can’t wait for college because they think it means freedom. Parents and teachers can’t tell them when to do their homework, they can go to bed when they want, do what they want, and hang out with whomever they want. This increase in choices and responsibilities is what can derail some freshman. College students must have the ability to organize and structure their time to prioritize their responsibilities.

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