The college admissions process can be very stressful for an applicant. The fear of being rejected can cause a lot of anxiety. Grades and test scores are definitely vital in college admission, but the admissions committee is also looking for committed candidates who will round out a diverse first-year class. How can one craft a personal statement to hook the admissions committee’s attention and prove that their candidacy is what this particular university is looking for? What should a student do if they are waitlisted? ACT or SAT – should an applicant take them? All of these and other questions will be covered during our podcast talk.
Our guest is Jennifer Imrie, a college planner and a test prep tutor. Since 2018 she has worked with more than 200 high school students. Jennifer knows everything about the admissions college process and is passionate about writing and editing.
Questions to discuss:
- What role does the essay play in the whole process of application? Is it that important?
- What is the best way to start writing a personal statement?
- What should a waitlisted student do to strengthen his/her position on the waitlist?
- Should an applicant take the SAT or ACT if the colleges do not require them?
- How can one convince the admission committee to choose their candidacy?
- Jennifer’s advice to all the students who are on their way to the admission
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