College Planning Guide: Class of 2015. Northern Highlands Regional High School Counseling Department. This guide and all forms can be found at www.northernhighlands.org. Contents. Graduation Requirements Transcript Information Standardized Tests: SAT/SAT Subject Tests/ACT
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Northern Highlands Regional High School
This guide and all forms can be found at www.northernhighlands.org
Critical Reading, Math and Writing.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling(NACAC) annually surveys member colleges and universities to see what admissions factors figure most prominently into admissions decisions. The results from the 2012 State of College Admission Report are shown below:
1. Grades in College Prep Courses
2. Strength of curriculum
3. Admission test scores (SAT, ACT)
4. Grades in all courses
5. Essay or Writing Sample
6. Students demonstrated interest
7. Counselor recommendation
8. Teacher recommendation
9. Subject test scores (AP/IB)
11. Extracurricular activities
As you begin your college search, it helps to identify your preferences: Do you want to study film at a big-city university, or philosophy at a small liberal arts college? Do you want to stay close to home or travel across the country? This checklist will help you narrow your choices. Keep it handy when you start poring through those college catalogues.
can graduate in 4 years?
What is the reputation of my intended major?
Can I change majors easily?
*Make sure you apply to AT LEAST 1 Safety School*
The following suggestions may help you to "put your best foot forward" during the interview:
Types of questions you might ask are as follows:
Below is a sampling of questions and discussion you might encounter:
When asking your teacher: