marzo 7, 2020

Hi, my name is potential student…

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I’ve lived in Los Angeles my whole life and yet I do not ever recall meeting anybody famous, despite having Hollywood in my garden. But, because of USC, I feel like I’ve become somewhat of a celebrity among America’s teenagers (well, not to the level of Taylor Swift or Justin Bieber) because thousands of students want to fulfill me every fall. In so far as I’d like to think it’s me personally, senior high school seniors want to make yes I realize their strong fascination with USC. The effort is made by them to meet me at high school visits, at off-campus receptions, and during their campus visits. The goal: to be sure I can put a real face up to a title for an application. I do not blame them. USC is definitely an place that is extraordinary students can arrived at attain their academic goals and prepare themselves for his or her future careers. But as you’ll imagine, we meet thousands of pupils throughout the fall semester and while i really take time to keep in mind as numerous students as possible, I’m perhaps not getting any younger and my memory seriously isn’t exactly the same.

My blog series ‘Do This, Not That’ is inspired by a guide provided to me by my mom: Eat This, Not That (she thinks I need to drop a few lbs but that’s perhaps not going to happen. Los Angeles’ diverse cultures has me trying foods that are different time!) That said, we’m right here to offer you with some advice on how to contact your admission counselor and make sure it’s really a experience that is meaningful both events. Every morning i will be greeted with over 40 emails and immediately tell myself: ‘this is likely to be a long time.’ But as I filter through them, I understand these emails are from prospective pupils who wish to ‘introduce’ themselves in my experience. Ends up, only four emails have concerns that I must answer. Three of them have quick easy responses (I’m happy we have this type of website that is thorough i refer to it when I don’t remember something). The last one, this one is special. A student asks me a relevant question i do not know the solution to and I can’t find the answer on the website. I’ll take this challenge! My duty as admission therapist would be to verify my students are very well informed applicants. I understand this process is confusing and hard to navigate but We shall do my better to clarify things for you. I shall do my research and respond to your question. I really don’t have all the answers and when student asks me something I really don’t know, they truly are sharpening my skills. I appreciate this type of interaction with students because this lets me know they want to make sure USC is a good fit for them that they are taking this admission process very seriously and. So I challenge one to challenge your admission counselor and inquire further concerns to save you time. We’re ready!

5 Things to Increase Check Before Striking Submit.

1. You have got done all fields that are necessary the application form

This may seem like typical sense, but with so response that is many to complete, it’s really simple to unintentionally skip or neglect a question. Be sure to respond to all or any applicable questions to ensure that you distribute an application that is complete.

2. No errors or typos

We understand that senior year is a busy time, but undoubtedly leave time and energy to proofread your application. Have friend or family member do the exact same for you personally. An application that is riddled with errors suggests that you do not know how to write and/or don’t care enough to check your work, both of which are detrimental.

3. You really explain why you want to attend USC, be specific

Most colleges will ask a relevant question comparable to ‘Why are you wanting to attend our institution?’ Rather than being generic and stating you want an university with school spirit, in a city that is large where you could study biology, research thoroughly and mention specific programs, research opportunities, or classes that interest you.

4. Academic summary and self-reported supplemental test scores

Even though your academic history and self-reported test scores appear as optional things, it is in your benefit to perform them regarding the typical application. Often test scores or transcripts can get lost within the mail, if you self-report the information as well so it helps. This way we can continue to judge your file for the time being while waiting for the formal papers to arrive.

5. That you actually hit the submit button…for both typical app and supplement

Every year you will find students who surprisingly forget to actually hit the submit button. Additionally often, students hit submit for the common app, but forget to submit the USC Supplement. It might be the easiest component for the application, but make sure you bear in mind that last step.

*Deadlines are essential so please be aware that you must submit by December 1st to be viewed for merit scholarship. With that said, we all know some things are from your control such as letters of suggestion and transcripts that are official. That is another reason it is vital to fill out your academic summary, even as we wait for official documents to arrive as we can evaluate that in the meantime. Attempt to have all documents in by December 1st, but we understand if some of the documents that are supplemental in a little following the deadline.

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