SmartCollegeVisit’s Top 10

From Smart College Visit, Inc., a VT KnowledgeWorks member company.  A version of this post originally appeared on SmartCollegeVisit.

Top 10 of 2010 on SmartCollegeVisit

Top 10 of 2010 on SmartCollegeVisit

From college visits to college movies, the most-read stories on Smart College Visit in  2010 cover the life-cycle of the college bound: visit, apply, move-in, and morph into a thriving college student. 

  1. Student-to-Student: Questions to ask on a College Visit
  2. Top 10 Tips for Dressing Smart for your College Admissions Interview
  3. What NOT to Bring to College
  4. 5 Move-in Mistakes That Rob You of Space
  5. Where'd They Go To School: Fortune 500 CEOs
  6. Recession-safe Majors
  7. “Should I Drop This Class?”
  8. Dos and Don'ts on a College Visit
  9. 17 Smart Ways to Live Cheaper on Campus
  10. Top Five College Movies to Watch and Learn From

Is one these Top 10 a favorite of yours? If so, let us know by commenting below. If there's a topic you'd like us to cover, just comment or tweet me (@collegevisit). Who knows? Maybe your topic will be in the Top 11 of 2011!

 Top Three Content Categories

Smart See, Smart Do – Our on-going series to showcase the places on campus, or things to do, that should not be missed when visiting a college's campus. Colleges and universities interested in being featured should read more on our For Colleges page and then contact us to get started. 

College Visits – Provides planning, preparation, and tips for making the most of your time on campus.

Parent-to-Parent – Stories from parents about their experiences touring colleges with their teens and other tips for getting through the college admissions process. To share your story, click here.

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