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Your May Resource Roundup

May 4, 2023

Amidst admissions decisions, standardized testing, and summer planning, the spring is an exciting and hectic time for students in all stages of their high school careers. Wherever you find yourself in your college admissions journey, Command Education has resources to help you navigate the process and start early to build your admissions profile.

Below is a curated list of resources addressing a variety of topics that may be on your mind this May. Whether you are looking for answers to your burning questions about last-minute summer planning, deciding between colleges, or writing a letter of continued interest, we have a resource to meet your needs.

Missed the Deadline for Prestigious Summer Programs? Here’s What You Can Do!
If you emerged from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season only to discover that the deadlines for competitive summer programs have already passed, there are still opportunities that you can pursue! From volunteering to dual enrollment and independent research, we’ve compiled the best ways for you to spend your free time this summer.
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Your Guide to Letters of Recommendation
Letters of recommendation are crucial components of your college application, showing admissions committees who you are beyond the numbers. Command Education has everything you need to know in order to select the right recommenders and get standout letters!
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Stressed about Final Papers? Here’s How to Improve your Writing Skills!
Using digital tools can have a significant impact on your writing as you compose final papers and conclude the semester. But it’s important to know how to use them well and what limitations online programs may have.
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College Board Releases Data for 2021-22
In their annual report, the College Board provides information about national participation in AP courses and testing, as well as trends in scores across demographic groups.
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