Remember, it's never too late to start something new.
Here's a simplified guide to the college application process:
Initiating the college application process a few months ahead of the deadlines is always a smart move, particularly if you're juggling other responsibilities like school or work. Typically, high school students kick off their applications in the fall of their senior year . If you're considering standardized tests, you can start this process as early as your junior year.
When choosing colleges, you'll come across three types: dream schools, target schools, and safety schools. Dream schools are those you'd love to attend if money or qualifications weren't a concern; target schools are those where you'd thrive as a student; and safety schools are those where you're certain of getting admission. Make sure to note down the application deadlines for each school. While many schools have deadlines in early January, it's always wise to verify, especially if you're interested in options like early admission or rolling admissions.
Here's an easy-to-follow checklist for your application process:
1. Be aware of your application deadlines.
2. Register for standardized testing.
3. Begin crafting your personal statements.
4. Request letters of recommendation.
5. Send in your transcripts.
6. Complete your application.
7. Review and submit your application.
Best of luck, Joy! You've got this!
Jerome Dees Jr.
B) You can apply anytime! Many schools will accept application on their website.
C) Community colleges are easier to get into and once you complete your Associates Degree, you can transfer to state schools with certain expectations met.
You have plenty of time! Take a breath and move forward just a little bit daily.
Remember, it's always the right time to start.
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There is never a wrong or incorrect time to start. When you apply that is perfect timing for you. Most institutions now makes it simple and easy to apply online for your convenience. Decide which college is best for your plans and goals you have set in life. The best is yet to come.