Spring of junior year is when the college admissions process really heats up. It includes a number of “firsts” for students, such as visiting college campuses as a prospective applicant, attending college fairs, and taking the ACT or SAT.
It can be an overwhelming time. To help you get comfortable with a few of the activities it entails, I’ve compiled some advice from around the ’net:
- How to get the most out of college visits (from The Choice)
- How to get ready for college fairs (from Montgomery Educational Consulting)
- How to choose and prep for standardized tests (from the College Planning Blog)
To learn about other springtime activities for juniors, check out this post from The Choice.