Applying to colleges can be a stressful process under the best circumstances. In 2020, with the education system turned on its ear, the admission process might seem near impossible. Standardized tests are canceled for the spring, high schools are closed changing the dynamics of grades and extracurriculars, and colleges are shifting application requirements. From week to week, it can be hard to keep track of the changes. So, what’s a high school junior to do?
Focus on what you can control. Minimize your stress by focusing on the parts of the application process that you can affect. Here are some suggestions of things you can do now for your college applications.
Although it may feel like the admission process for the coming fall will be anything but normal, trust that colleges and admission officers are still looking for the same qualities – good students and good citizens. Getting a head start on parts of your college application will allow you to be more adaptable this fall as the process continues to develop.
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