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Questions College Admission Officers Ask About You and Your High School to Estimate Your Potential for Success in College. How the ‘Summer Melt’ Can Help You Gain Admission and Get More Financial Aid. How Many APs to Take for Selective Schools

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#089 – On today’s episode, I present the meaning of the “Summer Melt” and the ways in which it could help you gain admission to college, while at the same time allowing you to negotiate more institutional aid for yourself. Changes in the rules that guide how colleges and universities recruit students now allow colleges to poach students away from other colleges, even after May 1st, commonly known as Commitment Day. This has increased the level of competition among colleges as they seek to fill every available admission slot. I present a couple of ways in which this increased level of competition benefits students greatly. As the episode continues, I discuss the questions that college admission officers at selective colleges ask about your high school and about you to gauge whether or not you challenged yourself as much as you could have while in high school, and to estimate your chances for success in college. Towards the end of the episode, I talk about the number of AP courses students should take if they plan to apply to selective colleges, and facts to consider when selecting the AP courses you will take. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://collegemetropolis.com/89. If you would like to communicate with us, you may reach us through the Contact Us section at the bottom of our website, https://www.collegemetropolis.com, or by leaving us a voice message using the Send a Voicemail tab on the site. Please help our show by leaving us a 5-star rating and by leaving us a positive review. That is the best way you can show your support for our podcast. Thank you!

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#089 – On today’s episode, I present the meaning of the “Summer Melt” and the ways in which it could help you gain admission to college, while at the same time allowing you to negotiate more institutional aid for yourself. Changes in the rules that guide how colleges and universities recruit students now allow colleges to poach students away from other colleges, even after May 1st, commonly known as Commitment Day. This has increased the level of competition among colleges as they seek to fill every available admission slot. I present a couple of ways in which this increased level of competition benefits students greatly. As the episode continues, I discuss the questions that college admission officers at selective colleges ask about your high school and about you to gauge whether or not you challenged yourself as much as you could have while in high school, and to estimate your chances for success in college. Towards the end of the episode, I talk about the number of AP courses students should take if they plan to apply to selective colleges, and facts to consider when selecting the AP courses you will take. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://collegemetropolis.com/89. If you would like to communicate with us, you may reach us through the Contact Us section at the bottom of our website, https://www.collegemetropolis.com, or by leaving us a voice message using the Send a Voicemail tab on the site. Please help our show by leaving us a 5-star rating and by leaving us a positive review. That is the best way you can show your support for our podcast. Thank you!

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