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How to Submit a College Application that Stands Out
Your seniors might be nearing the end of "application season" and can probably attest to how time-consuming and stressful this period can be.
There are a ton of tasks to accomplish senior year related to classes, extracurricular activities, and graduation and college planning. Couple that with the application process and it's easy to see that applying to college is a HUGE undertaking.
When your students develop a plan and become familiar with the application process, it can help ease stress, making this phase of their life more manageable, even exciting!
Knowing what to prioritize is half the battle.
Class of 2018: The one thing your SENIORS should do right now...
Submit College Applications
Have you ever been asked by a student, "which part of the college application is the most important?" Your students want to know what to focus their effort on in order to stand out.
We've talked to our former admissions officials here are ACT...
Class of 2019: The one thing your JUNIORS should do right now...
Take the ACT® test
Does the testing date impact student scores on the ACT? This is a question that's commonly asked. Students and parents want to know if there's a specific date that gives test-takers an advantage.
But, through a process called 'equating,' ACT ensures that every test is equal and fair. Scores are comparable no matter when a student tests, and only vary based on a student's ability and preparedness for it.
So, if no test date is better than another, when is the best time to take the ACT?
Class of 2020: The one thing your SOPHOMORES should do right now...
Think about Life After High School
How can you get sophomores to take their first actionable steps toward future planning? Encourage them to consider the PreACT®. This new tool helps students identify their current college readiness, determine academic strengths and weaknesses, and explore interests and aligned career aspirations.