A few days ago

College apps??

I’ll have to be thinking about college apps. and resumes soon. what sorta things could i put on those? help!!

Anything will be useful!

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Start with figuring out where you want to go. Pick a few places that are right for what you want to study, and that are in your financial and educational means. (If you’re not a super-stellar student, don’t apply to the hardest places to get in to; be realistic.)

Then investigate what they’re looking for. You can find them on the web — go to the sites for the schools you’re interested in, and see what their admission requirements are. Get their applications (or look at them, if they’re online) to get an even better sense of what they need from you.

Take it from there.

Don’t be afraid to get help from guidance counselors and teachers; that’s what they’re there for, to help you.


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A few days ago
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You should include an academic resume which lists your activities, summer academics, work experience, GPA, and rank. This should highlight your accomplishments in high school and give the college a good picture of what you want to accomplish I would suggest using a Microsoft word template to make your resume. Make sure to include the years of participation for your activities.

A few days ago
For college apps and resumes, state any school, church, club leadership positions, work experience, awards and nominations (academic, athletic) Extracurriculars look awesome on Apps. Try doing some volunteer work at your school or in your community. I wish you the best of luck in the whole process!!

A few days ago
If you’re a senior, you’d better get thinking about it quickly. If you go to the following website, you can sign up and review/begin a common application…you’ll see what type of info is required. Also, you should immediately see you high school’s college counseling department. They should be working closely with you so that you know what to do when.