Applying to college is one of the most stressful evens in a student’s life, and starting early and working with an admission coach who knows the ins and outs of the process will be the best way to begin. Between the admission essay and the rest of the application, along with the SAT and ACT tests, and the college interview, there is a lot to fit in. As the following article states, starting early will allow your family to breathe easier through the whole process.
School will start soon, and for seniors who will be applying to college, the more they get done now, the less stress they will have throughout the fall. Subject Tests are still required or recommended at a number of highly selective colleges. The Common Application is online now. Start filling out the basic information—name, address and high school. There’s something very satisfying about finishing at least part of the application, and once you are in application mode, it may be easier to get into the essays.
There are many tasks to be completed when you’re applying to college, and the process can feel overwhelming. It’s important to make a list of everything you need to do and then create a schedule. Having your applications completed well before deadlines will mean less stress for everyone in the family