Most high school seniors are ready to breathe a big sigh of relief reaching their spring semester. Unfortunately, the college admissions process doesn’t end just because you submitted your applications. In fact, even after completing all the college applications and submitting test scores, there are five things high school seniors can do to ruin their chances of attending college in September. And they don’t all have to do with being accepted-there are things other than rejection that can keep you from starting classes in September.
During the college admissions process it’s not uncommon for professionals and parents to throw up their hands up in the air in frustration as they do their best to guide their students. Well, maybe as they do so they can find some assistance from the heavens. After all, sometimes there doesn’t seem to be any better explanation for some admission decisions than it was in the stars. So for those with seniors looking for what comes next after the frantic activity of the fall, the following are some suggestions on what to do in January as you start the waiting period for spring acceptances.Continue reading
Off-campus study programs can help you establish contacts in distant cities for internships or job opportunities. They can provide you the chance to try something different without having to commit to four years at one campus.
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