As a junior, Margherita does know what it's like to be a student at Brown during pre-COVID times, so she tells us about the dorms, classes, and expensive meal plan.
Margherita tells us about her college app process applying as a student who attended a French school in the United States. She talks about the harsh French system and how her high school differed greatly from a traditional American public high school.
In this one part episode, Isabel shares all the components of her application that got her into all but one of the schools she applied for, including Cornell.
In this second part of my interview with Seth, he shares facts about Brown and his horrible freshman year experience from lack of transparency with money and Brown removing the entire fall semester.
This is part 1 of my interview with Seth where he tells us about his college application that got him into Brown University. He shares both his published research and internship experience.
In this one part episode, Sanjana walks us through her college application process that got her into all except one of the schools she applied for. And despite only being a sophomore, she shares the college experience she has had (including 8 months of research).
Ashely shares her high school experience, and how she was nominated as a Posse Scholar, which covered her tuition to attend the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
This is part two of my interview with Gwyneth (make sure you've checked out part 1), where we discuss the amazing dorms of Georgetown, how Georgetown Cupcakes are not all that great, and how Gwyneth simultaneously has four internships.
Gwyneth shares her college application story where she went against her doctors who told her she wouldn't graduate high school and her counselors who told her to drop all her IB classes and extracurriculars. Good thing she didn't listen to them because she is now a junior at Georgetown University.