How to tell people where you’re going to college

How to tell people where you’re going to college

The days of stressing over your SAT exams, how to send over your transcript and standardized test scores, writing and editing your common app essay for the 56th time, and crafting endless supplement essays are over. The application process is a marathon and you’ve...
A list of what we wish we knew before we went to college

A list of what we wish we knew before we went to college

Graduating from high school is usually a bitter-sweet feeling. Whether you had the most overwhelmingly positive high school experience or a negative one, spending four years of being in the same place usually brings a sense of familiarity and comfort. Change can be...
I landed an awesome summer internship, now what?

I landed an awesome summer internship, now what?

While having an internship or two under your belt will certainly impress admissions officers, the real advantage here is that you have an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into an organization in a field you are passionate about. It’s a way to discover...
What is the role of the college counselor?

What is the role of the college counselor?

There’s one thing teachers, admissions officers, parents, and students can all agree on: the college admissions landscape has changed a lot over the past few decades, even years. What used to be enough to all but guarantee one’s acceptance to Harvard now reads as...
Our thoughts on the recent college admissions news story

Our thoughts on the recent college admissions news story

March 14, 2019 At Command Education, we believe in coaching and mentoring students to achieve incredible results by helping our students focus their energies on what’s really important to them. Our mentors are recent graduates of Ivy League and top ten schools who...