Nutley High School Instant Decision Day November 29, 2012
Instant Decision Day Nutley High School is organizing an Instant Decision Day on November 29, 2012. Representatives from 11 colleges and universities will meet individually with students.
What will happen on Instant Decision Day? You will be given an appointment to meet with a college representative right here on Nutley High School’s campus. Representatives will hold a personal interview and review your application. You will then receive an instant decision.
If accepted, am I required to attend? No. These are non-binding agreements. It is to your advantage to have this opportunity.
May I have more than one interview? Yes! You are not restricted to the number of interviews on our Instant Decision Day. If your are truly interested in attending the college/university and you qualify, then you can apply.
GPA 2.8 • V&M SAT 1000 • Essay required • Fee waived • Complete the online application and essay through Common Application by November 9th.
Minimum GPA 2.75 • Minimum SAT V450 & M450 • Or Minimum ACT Composite of 18 • Essay required • Fee waived • Complete the online application and essay through Centenary or Common Application and provide you counselor with a copy of the essay by November 9th.
Average GPA of admitted students is 3.0 • Average V&M SAT of admitted students is 1000 • NO essay • Will not look at letters of recommendation • $45 application fee • All applications must be completed online by visiting www.edu.edu/apply by November 9th. Once you apply online, print a receipt as proof of payment/applying and immediately submit to your counselor.
GPA 2.5 and V&M SAT 900 • Education and Nursing Requirements - • GPA 3.0 and V&M SAT 1000 • NO essay • Fee waived • Complete a paper application and submit it to your guidance counselor by November 15th.
Minimum GPA 2.5 • Minimum V&M SAT 900 • Minimum ACT Composite of 16 • Nursing Program • GPA 3.0 • V&M SAT 1000 • Education Program • GPA 2.75 • V&M SAT 900 • Essay required • Fee waived • Complete the paper application and submit with your essay to your guidance counselor by November 15th.
Minimum GPA 3.0 • Minimum SAT V&M 1000 • OR ACT Composite Score of 21 • Essay required • Fee waived • Complete a paper application and submit with your essay to your guidance counselor by November 15th.
Minimum GPA 3.O • SAT V&M 950 • Or ACT Composite of 20 • Essay required • Fee Waived • Complete a paper application and submit with your essay to your guidance counselor by November 15th.
B average • ACT composite of 24 • Math/Sci Majors - V&M SAT 1100 • Non Math/Sci Majors - V&M SAT 1000 • Essay completed on line • $70 Application fee paid online • Complete and submit the online application and essay by November 9th. Print out a copy of completed application and essay and submit to your guidance counselor the day after you apply.
Minimum unweighted GPA 2.8 • SAT V&M 950 or ACT Composite Score of 20 • Essay required • $50 fee paid by check to: “Rider University” • Complete the paper application and essay and submit to your guidance counselor with the check by November 15th.
GPA 3.0 • V & M SAT 1100 • or ACT Composite of 24 • Fee waived – Use code NFW on the SHU application OR select the pay later option on the Common Application • Complete & submit the SHU online application OR the Common Application with SHU Supplement by November 9
GPA 2.5 • V&M SAT 1000 • Or ACT Composite of 18 • Essay submit online and print for counselor • Fee waived • Complete the WPU online application and essay by November 9th. Print out the confirmation page and essay and submit to your counselor
October 29, 2012 If you qualify and would like to participate in our Instant Decision Day the registration form is due to your guidance counselor by Monday, October 29, 2012.
November 9, 2012 All online applications must be submitted electronically by November 9th. This is to ensure the applications can be retrieved from the online system by the admissions offices.
November 15, 2012 All paper applications, essays, and checks must be submitted to your guidance counselor by November 15th.
Interview Reminders Planning Body language The best way to beat the stress of an interview is to be prepared. Before going to the interview, research the school online. Know about the program you are applying to, and other organizations or activities that the school offers. Impress your interviewer! Be a candidate who is truly interested! Also, brainstorm some intelligent questions ahead of time you can ask about the school. Give your interviewer a firm handshake and smile when you first meet them. Sit up straight, try to maintain eye contact when giving your responses, speak clearly, and stay alert. Try not to get distracted by planning your answers in your head instead listen to the interviewer when they are talking. Don't be afraid to take a deep breath and pause for a moment to pull together your response.
Brainstorm answers to some common questions… • Why do you want to attend ________ college/university? • Describe a time you displayed leadership, teamwork, overcame a challenge, etc. • Why do you want to major in _____? • What will you contribute to our campus community?