*Pre-registration is REQUIRED to reserve your seat and receive all study materials.
Refreshments will be provided.
KaKY PSAT/SAT Bootcamp
Saturday October 10, 2015 * 10:00am – 2:00pm
7914 Midlothian Turnpike
Register Online at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/kaky-psatsat-bootcamp-tickets-17747921511
(Letters of Recommendation)
An important part of your application is your recommendations. You will need to have considered this aspect of your application long before you apply to any college. Recommendations, especially good ones, are of high importance.
The best letters of recommendation can differentiate you from others among a large pool of applicants. Teacher recommendations can offer solid examples of your abilities in a subject area, while counselor recommendations can provide a sense of how you stand out within your class at school. The earlier you build relationships with your recommenders, the better, as they can be excellent advocates for you on your road to college.
For tips on whom to ask, when to ask, and what information you should provide your recommender, click here.
Which Test Should I Take?
The first thing to keep in mind is that all four-year schools accept either the ACT or SAT. The question is which test is better suited for you?
KaKY PSAT/SAT Bootcamp is a 3-hour session designed to prepare your youth for the exam. This interactive course will allow the student to review sample SAT questions and learn how to use critical thinking and deductive reasoning to select the correct answer.
During the course, you will:
- Test Question Review
- Practice Exams
- Key Test Taking Tips
**Class sizes are limited.
Bring a Pen, pencil, highlighter and calculator
Register Online: KaKY PSAT/SAT Bootcamp
It’s July. Time to start applying to college? At some colleges you can apply now for fall 2016. It might seem too early, but if you have decided on your first choice school, you can apply now. About 450 colleges offer early admission plans. Under these plans, students can apply to colleges early — well before the usual deadline — and get a decision early.
Some students who apply under these plans have a better chance of getting in than they would through the regular admission process. Colleges benefit from the plans as well because they get students who really want to attend that college to commit early.
Applying early can be a good idea if you’re sure about which college you want to attend. That means you’ve researched its programs and, if possible, visited its campus.
But think twice about applying early if:
You want to compare admission and financial aid offers from several colleges.
You’d benefit from having another year of high school work to show colleges.
Click Here to learn about the three different types of early admission options.