In this joint event, Karen at Admission-Bridge and George Philip at Polygence will discuss how a student's extracurricular activities, such as having unique research experience, can benefit their college applications.
With SAT/ACT no longer being an admission requirement by most universities, the weight to evaluate college applicants has been shifted towards other factors such as the student's academic rigor, GPA, essays and extracurricular activities.
What do selective colleges look for in students' activity involvement?
What kind of activities will make me stand out?
Is it possible for me to do something distinctive and impactful with my already overloaded commitments?
How can unique research experience help my college applications?
Admission-Bridge has invited Geroge Philip LeBoudais to present how Polygence, as a research academy, can assist a student to shine with a research project through a publication, conference presentation or creative piece. Parents, high school students and advanced 8th graders will benefit from this event. We look forward to seeing you there!