Will College Admissions Officers Look at Your Social Media?
If you’re a high-schooler with access to Internet, the odds are likely that you probably spend precious hours every day on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram... the list seems endless.
Quick Facts about IB Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay (EE)
Within the IBDP Curriculum, where do the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay (EE) belong?
Your Guide to Declaring the Right Major on US University Applications
Your US university applications sit in front of you while you stare at the box marked “Intended Major”.
What’s 1 Thing Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton are All Looking for?
A good story.
Yes. It’s that simple.
Okay, maybe not that simple.
Of course, grades, test scores, teacher recommendations, and your extra-curricular activities are also very important.
How to Prepare Strong Ivy League Applications
It’s that time of year again – time to start thinking about your college applications!
Admissions: Accept, Reject, or Waitlist in 8 Minutes!
It’s understandable if you’re shocked by what we’re about to tell you…
Your university admissions decisions could all come down to an 8-minute review.
It’s Time for You to Know the Truth About US University Acceptance Rates
There's a good chance that you've been lied to.
Unfortunately, this is especially true if you're an international student applying to US universities.
Notice Regarding Flu Outbreak Prevention
All consultations and classes at our center will remain normal. We are taking tighter measures in maintaining hygiene at ARCH. We will:
Which Curriculum Is Best For You?
With the imminent release of IBDP and HKDSE examination results this July, Hong Kong school leavers and their parents face a nerve-racking wait to see whether university offers have been met.
Is Medical School (and a Medical Career) Right for you?
“Why do you want to be a doctor?” This is probably the most commonly-asked question at medical school interviews, and a question we ask all of our students who are considering the career. However, before trying to convince interviewers with an articulate, passionate, and genuine answer, it is most important that you are able to convince yourself.