In Case You Missed It, November

Thank you for visiting Apply with Sanity, which is now two months old. November included a major holiday and some other important stuff, so here's a run-down of what you may have missed in the past month.

I covered President Obama's official statement proclaiming November "National College Application Month."

I recommended the one book that every college-bound high school student should have--and it's free!

I discussed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which may be useful for understanding yourself a little better.

I recommended against planning a double major, or at least telling people you're planning a double major.

I gave some good news about the cost of college.

I poked fun at the Japanese robot who did poorly on college admissions tests.

I talked about bias in college admissions, and why you shouldn't worry about it.

I'll continue to update the blog twice a week, and there are plenty of other sections on this site to peruse. Leave a comment if there are any subjects you'd like to to cover.

Coming soon, I'll update the "What Should I Be Doing Now?" section for the spring semester. Happy Holidays!