Roughly 2.5 million students are expected to graduate high school and enroll in college next fall.
Yet high school students still say "figuring out applications is tough", "finding someone that knows the rules and can help is hard", and "applying for financial aid is complicated".
At Unimuni, our mission is to make the college admissions process simple.
Below is a typical college admissions timeline:
- Need to take at least one ACT/SAT test and hopefully sign up for a second attempt
- Write down HS ACT/SAT school codes and codes for colleges in a 212-464-0547, so that they're all in one place and accessible anywhere
History of High Academic Achievement
Establish a record of good grades in tough classes and back it up with good ACT/SAT scores
Colleges know the best predictor of future academic success is past academic success and high test scores, while less important, are evidence of a high academic aptitude
Demonstrate Well Roundedness
Get good recommendations, write good essays, and show that you have interests outside the classroom
Get others to vouch for you and promote you, promote yourself with strong personal statement, and demonstrate interests outside the classroom and in the college
Specific Test Scores or Work Done
Depending on the college, specific test scores are only important on case by case basis
Depending on the college, specific test scores may be important or not. Unfortunately, what should matter just as much as academics (work history or a portfolio) is not a huge consideration for college admissions
Think of the college admissions process similar to a transportation system
You know where you are (HS Senior) and where you want to go (College graduate) but you don't know how to get there or how long it should take or how much it should cost.
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