By Elizabeth Sirianni

This is the second installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts.

When it comes to college you may know what you want to major in, but how do you choose which one to go to? There’s a lot of different factors that go into this decision, so whatever elements are most important to you should serve as the guides for selecting a school.

By Elizabeth Sirianni

This is the first installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts.

For sophomores and juniors, I’m sure any kind of talk about the SATs has worn out its welcome. However, for those who are still wondering what they can do in preparation for them, feel free to continue reading. First and foremost, take the practice tests given to you by your guidance counselor; they will give you a feel as to what the test is like as well as reveal what subjects you need to improve on. SATs are timed, so give yourself about three hours to complete each test.