COLLEGE PLANNING and COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
A student’s GPA and the curriculum are still the most weighted factor in rendering an admissions decision.
After universities select a huge pool of applicants that have the desired academic credentials, that is when the differences among students begin to matter. That’s what brings us back to point I reiterate in all my blogs. Admissions officers look to find the “real you” evidenced in your essays, your listing of extracurricular accomplishments, your recommendations and perhaps even your interview.
You cannot present someone you’re not, and most important-the someone you are-that someone has been shaped well before high school.
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