Student high school graduation year?
2027 or beyond
How clear is your child about their academic strengths and weaknesses? (5 points)
A little clear
Not very clear
With regard to extracurricular activities, I’d say my child is... (5 points)
A little lost
Curious but not yet involved
Trying things out
In terms of rigor, my child's current course-load is... (5 points)
Too hard, causing a lot of anxiety
As hard as they can handle
Challenging, but to a healthy degree.
A balance of difficult and less-demanding classes
Easier than they can handle
Does your child know what they'd like to study in college, or what kinds of programs they intend to pursue? Choose the best match. (5 points)
My child has no idea and the question would likely stress them out.
My child is happily undecided.
My child is not sure, they are trying to narrow it down.
My child knows the general area they want to study, but does not know specifically which major they want to pursue.
My child knows exactly what they want to major in.
Does your child have a good understanding of what their ideal campus and student community looks like, where they'll best be able to thrive? (5 points)
My child has no idea, and they likely don’t know how they are supposed to figure all of that out.
My child thinks they could be happy just about anywhere.
Not really, they are working on it.
My child has a general sense of what they're looking for, but nothing that specific.
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How would you rate your child's organizational and time-management skills? (On a scale of 1 to 5)
Overall, how prepared does your child feel about the college application process? Please check all that apply. (3 points each)
My child has a testing and test-prep plan for the SAT or ACT.
My child understands the strategic difference between Early Decision, Early Action, Early Decision 2, Restrictive Early Action, Regular Decision, etc.
My child knows how to research a college and determine if it's a good match for them.
My child knows what types of questions to ask a college admissions representative.
My child understands what “demonstrated interest” is and how to get the most out of a campus visit.
My child has a general list of colleges and a sense of how competitive they'd be at each.
My child has consulted with a college counseling professional.
My child understands what makes a standout Personal Essay and how Supplemental Essays function in an application.
My child knows how to ace an interview.
My child understands test optional policies and whether to send my scores to a college.
My child knows how to craft a strong activities list and understands when/why to use the “additional info” section of an application.
My child has communicated with admissions reps from schools they are interested in.
My child understands the role of recommendation letters and who to ask for one.