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Copy of Junior College Planning

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Ashwini Reddy

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Transcript of Copy of Junior College Planning

Class of 2014 Junior College Planning TYPES OF COLLEGES QUESTIONS Four-year Colleges/Universities
Two-year Colleges
Technical Institutes and
Career Schools
*UTI, DeVry, Berkeley, Eastwick
Service Academies
*Naval Academy Athletics
Clubs
Employment
Community Service ACTIVITY RESUME NAVIANCE Quad/Hangout Spots
Dorms
Dining Halls
Classrooms
Health Center
Gym/ Athletic Center
Bookstore
Talk to Students
Campus Surroundings
Speak with Admissions Rep
Visit Department of Possible Major COLLEGE VISITS HOW DO COLLEGES EVALUATE APPLICANTS? Transcript
Academic performance (Senior year counts)
Level of courses (CP, Honors, AP)

College Entrance Exams

Activities (volunteer work, school clubs, athletics)

Teacher recommendations

Counselor recommendation

Essay and/or Personal Statement Ten-section exam

3 Critical Reading: short and long reading passages, sentence completion

3 Math: number and operations, algebra and functions, geometry and measurement, data analysis, statistics and probability

3 Writing: multiple-choice questions on grammar and usage and student written essay

1 Experimental ACT
CURRICULUM BASED TEST Four-section exam
Math: goes up to trigonometry

Science: interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills

Reading: measures reading comprehension

English: standard written English and rhetorical skills

Essay: Measures writing skills emphasized in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses. CEEB CODE– 311073
Register ASAP to secure a space at PHS
The name you register with must match the name on your PHS Transcript
Must upload photo when registering
Photo ID is required
Bring calculator, pencils and admissions ticket TEST OPTIONAL SCHOOLS
Fairtest.org - a complete list of test optional schools is available online

Transcript, letters of recommendation, activity resume and essay weighted heavier RESUME BUILDING WORKSHOPS
April 2013 SCATTERGRAM GRAPH ADMISSIONS TERMS Regular

Rolling

Priority

Early Decision (binding)

Early Action (non-binding)

Restrictive Early Action NCAA REQUIREMENTS For Division I & II athletes
Division I - 16 Core Academic Units
Division II - 16 Core Academic Units

Inform your counselor and coach

Register at the NCAA Eligibility Center website over
the summer www.eligibilitycenter.org

SAT / ACT scores must be sent officially to the NCAA SAT REASONING TEST SAT and ACT
REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMPARE ME PARAMUS HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT www.collegeboard.org www.actstudent.org
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