College Application Advice | Campus Tour 2019
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Some college application advice for you is to get it done as soon as you can. I did have a counselor and high school that specifically helped everybody with their college application. When I was going into my senior year, I actually had all the applications already done because I really just didn't want to worry about senior year. I wanted to enjoy my senior year, and so I looked online and found all ecologist I wanted to apply to, and I just did it as soon as I could. I tried to submit everything as early as possible, and also I only applied to about five schools, and I knew which one I want to come. Teo and a lot of my friends would apply to ten to fifteen schools, and I personally think that's just way too much to DIO. And I would recommend about five to seven schools to apply to because it's just so much unnecessary stress that you were causing for yourself to apply to twenty different schools. I would just say, Relax and don't worry, everything is going to get done. You're gonna have somebody helping you, and no matter where you are, you're gonna get in where you belong. A major tip that would have to get into any college is although grades and G P A s, A T and a C T scores are important. College is really look for things you do outside of school. So if you are involved in clubs, volunteering stuff like that, that really makes you shine brighter than somebody who has a four point Oh, and thirty two other a CT. So I would definitely say to get involved while you were in high school, because that's what's gonna put you above the rest. If they see that you are involved and doing other things, whether that's sports or club or just doing something that you love, so that would be my advice for you guys.