I hosted a Facebook Live Q&A in the month of February to answer college admissions questions on topics like course selection, submitting test scores, letters of recommendation, and much more!
If you missed this Facebook Live Q&A, keep reading for a list of some of the questions I answered and to watch the full video.
SOME QUESTIONS YOU'LL SEE ME ANSWER:
- Do selective small liberal arts colleges prefer students to apply undecided rather than to a specific major?
- My daughter's school limits students to three AP classes per year. What are the "must-have" APs for junior and senior year?
- The Supreme Court is likely to end affirmative action this June. How will this decision impact college admissions?
- Can you have a teacher from sophomore year write a letter of recommendation?
- If a student lives in one county but goes to school in a different county, which county will the student fall under for admissions purposes?
- My child was deferred from her Early Decision school. She sent a letter of continued interest. Can she also send an email to the local admissions rep with an update?
- How does applying test optional affect your chances of admission?
- If you are 100% sure you are going to a certain school, should you withdraw your other applications so someone else can have a spot?
- My daughter is taking five APs in her junior year. Does it matter if she takes fewer (four) APs in her senior year?
- Does it look bad if you don’t submit AP test scores to colleges?
- How does applying to the same college as a twin or triplet affect the admission chances for both?
(Note: If you're unable to view the video below, click here to watch!)