FLEX College Admissions Seminars
The Wonderful World of Testing (SAT/ACT/AP)
What is the role of standardized tests -- ACT and SAT -- in college admissions? It is important to consider college preferences as well as your academic strengths when choosing between the ACT or SAT. Get a side-by-side comparison of these two tests to find out how exactly they are different. What kind of content do the SAT and ACT cover, how are they scored, are SAT Subject tests still required if you take the ACT, and ultimately, which one should you take?
Reserve your spot in our free seminar for information about the role standardized testing plays amongst other elements of your academic profile.
UC vs Private College Admissions: How do I Choose?
What’s in a college application? What differentiates a competitive applicant from the average student? It's time to find out NOW, before it’s too late. The more you know, the more you can plan ahead. What exactly do colleges ask for in their applications, and what exactlydo they expect to see from a competitive applicant?
Reserve your spot for FREE to lear the strategies and nuances involved in the college application process to enhance your chances of admission to your dream school.
Extracurricular and Summer Activity Planning
Your extracurricular and summer activities proôfile has a signifiôcant role in college admissions. What do colleges care about — quantity or quality? What kind of activities will help you distinguish yourself from other applicants?
Identifying which activities to pursue is a key strategy for college admissions preparation. Start planning early to optimize your high school years.
Reserve your spot in our FREE seminar for more information!
About FLEX's College Admissions Seminars
FLEX's College Admissions Seminar Series is an informational seminar series designed to help families get trustworthy advice on the college admissions process. The seminars aim to demystify the admissions process, provide reliable information, and help students and parents strategize the best course of action for their remaining time in high school.
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