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Junior/Parent College Planning Meeting Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008. Welcome to the College Selection Process. Introduction. Thanks for coming!. What the Seniors are doing now. What JUNIORS have done and will do this year.
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Welcome to the College Selection Process
Thanks for coming!
Junior year is time for identifying specific colleges that match your abilities, talents, personality and family preferences. Have a list of 5–15 by the end of the year.
1. Investigating colleges is an unpleasant chore.
2. There is a PERFECT college for everyone.
3. I’ve never heard of this college, so it can’t be any good.
4. I heard that a student from another high school got into College X with lower GPA & test scores than mine. How can that be?
5. There is no way my family can afford an expensive college.
6. To find the right college, you must first decide on a major or career.
7. The most important factor in admissions is SAT/ACT test scores.
8. Go for the easy “A” in a less difficult class.
… to help families in the College Selection Process
College Selection Process Link
The Junior Year Timeline
A GREAT tool to help you with the
Selection Process & the Application Process
COLLEGE FAMILY CONNECTION
1.Do a thorough COLLEGE SEARCH by preferences
2. Keep track of your COLLEGE LIST and APPLICATIONS
3. Compare your personal data with those of past CCP alumni who applied to colleges that are on your list
4. Quickly obtain data on any college in the country
And much, much, much, much more.
Stay tuned for future updates on this powerful tool!!!
Naviance FAMILY CONNECTION
“HOW TO” Access
N.B.No PLAN test is given in the JR. year
How are students prepared for these tests and how are the results utilized?
N.B. Colleges do NOT get these scores!!!
Recommendations & Sequence:
Recommended Sequence: (cont.)
(See Web Page)
1. Your past performance
2. Your ability
3. Your anticipated extra-curricular involvements
4. Possible College choices and major
Call for an appointment.
A STUDENT & PARENT
Don’t go away!!!