created in 2013
This subreddit is for anyone looking for advice about college admissions, including college essays, scholarships, SAT/ACT test prep, and anything related to college applications.
This /r/ApplyingToCollege sister sub is for anyone who wants feedback from others about their chances of acceptance at colleges and universities. When you ask for chances/advice, give as much information as possible - SAT/ACT, GPA, URM, extracurriculars, college essays, scholarships, and anything related to your college application.
This /r/ApplyingToCollege sister subreddit is for anyone looking for people to review their college application essays (aka personal statements) and give feedback!
For other questions about college admissions, including college essays, scholarships, SAT/ACT test prep, and anything related to college applications, visit /r/ApplyingToCollege.
The subreddit for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). This subreddit encourages questions, constructive feedback, and the sharing of knowledge and resources among IB students, alumni, and teachers.
We have subreddits like /r/chanceme and /r/applyingtocollege, and even /r/college, but we don't have a place to compile data about results for undergraduate admissions.
Post them here!
CollegeConfidential.com, Inc. is a college admissions counseling company founded in 2001. It hosts popular college admissions forums on topics such as admissions chances, financial aid, standardized testing and school life.
A lot of high school students are left with the dilemma of deciding what colleges to apply to, based on their interests and personality.
This is for those students to post their stats, preferences, and interests with the goal of receiving tips on where to apply.
r/teenagers is the biggest community forum run by teenagers for teenagers. Our subreddit is primarily for discussions and memes that an average teenager would enjoy to discuss about. We do not have any age-restriction in place but do keep in mind this is targeted for users between the ages of 13 to 19.
Parents, teachers, and the like are welcomed to participate and ask any questions!
/r/Debate is a subreddit dedicated to discussing formal styles of speech debate as practiced in high school and college. These include Lincoln Douglas, Policy, Public Forum, and Congressional debate, as well as interpretation events, Original Oratory, and Extemporaneous Speaking.