The following post is from Noodle Education.
Visiting a college—and spending time on its campus—is the single best way to find out whether it would be a good fit for you.
However, if you have limited time and resources (and most students do), you’ll have to decide which schools you think it would be most beneficial for you to visit.
To this end, a recent article from Noodle lists some important factors for you to consider when creating a short-list of potential destinations. It also indicates when you should start visiting colleges and what you should do when there.
Read the full article here.
Noodle Education created the first and only life-long education search engine in the world. Noodle.org enables users to find the right school, college, tutor, instruction video, or any other education resource—and it’s free. Headquartered in New York City, Noodle was created in 2011 by a powerhouse team of education innovators from The Princeton Review, 2U, Kaplan, Kumon, and Colloquy. The company has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as “one of the 6 fastest growing tech companies” and hailed by Mashable as “one of the 5 startups transforming online education.”