For years, there have been three significant admissions factors for students applying to selective or competitive colleges. Number one: grades in college prep courses. Number two: the strength of curriculum and level of challenge in a student’s course selection. (In other words, did they take AP, IB, or dual enrollment courses?) And number three: admissions test scores on the SAT or ACT.
That’s not to say that the college admissions process was ever stress-free, but the admissions factors were fairly straightforward. This year, of course, COVID has thrown all of that—much like everything else in our lives—for a loop.
To offer some clarity on what to expect in an unexpected year, we’re doing a special 4-part series on everything parents should know about college admissions during COVID. Read them in order, or click a topic below to jump straight to any post that interests you:
We know there’s a lot to consider this year, but remember: You’re not in this alone! If you still have questions about college admissions, test prep, or anything else, just click below to schedule a free consultation with one of our experts. We’re here for you!