Advice for Juniors

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Advice for Juniors

Play Sports in College, or Not? That is the Question.

Some students I meet with have a very definitive answer to the question of, “Do you want to play sports in college?” It’s either a resounding yes, or a clear no. But, for many students, the answer isn’t so clear-cut; I get a lot of “I don’t know yet.” And, while it’s understandable, and it’s a big decision, it could completely change the direction of your college search. The sooner you know the answer to this, the better.

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Admissions, Advice for Juniors

Common Questions About Course Selection Answered

Though we are only halfway through winter, now is the time schools begin planning for next year. In late winter/ early spring, high schools start the course selection process. Since we know that a student’s transcript is the most important part of the college application, many college-related questions can come up during course selection time. Below we have outlined some common questions and provided answers in hopes of helping students choose appropriate courses during high school.

 

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Advice for Juniors, College List

5 Steps to Making a Great College List

Students, one of the major tasks to accomplish as you head into your senior year of high school is to create a balanced and thoughtful college list. There are many questions surrounding the college list: “How do I get started?” “How many colleges should be on my list?”, etc. The counselors at Campus Bound have broken it down into 5 easy steps and we are available to help at any time.

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