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