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Princeton Suspends Early Action for Fall 2021

On June 18, 2020, Princeton University’s Dean of Admissions, Karen Richardson, temporarily suspended Princeton’s Single-Choice Early Action deadline for the Fall 2021 application cycle. All first year applicants will apply using a single deadline of January 1, 2021. Princeton is the first university in the U.S. to suspend the early admissions process for Fall 2021 …

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Many Thanks!

We appreciate all who’ve supported us at Creative Marbles Consultancy for the past seventeen years. We’ve never had an advertising budget, instead our consulting has grown to serve thousands of families across the United States, simply through word-of-mouth referrals from our clients and friends. Thank you for generosity and willingness to continue sharing us with …

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The Latest Iteration of Innovation for the High School Junior

Not every 16 year old (an American equivalent of a high school junior), both internationally and in the United States, has the same college planning needs.  So, at Creative Marbles, we offer three different levels of support to assist families who are seeking individualized college admissions plans, in the year before most students submit undergraduate …

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College Admissions Season is Now Open

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Creativemarbles.com Helps with Your Spanish Homework

With the new Google Translate feature on creativemarbles.com, you can read the latest education and college admissions news in hundreds of languages – including Icelandic, Yiddish and Latin.   Try it and impress your foreign language teacher with your command of a new language, while helping yourself be competitive for college admissions or prepare for study …

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Moving Away to College May Be More Complicated Than Expected

Move-in day is looming for soon-to-be college freshmen all over the country. What to pack, what to leave at home, saying good-bye to close friends, concerns about an unknown roommate(s), signing up for the “right” classes at a brand-new school, and moving out of a childhood home can make for a bittersweet time.  On the …