Guided Advanced Academic Research:
Colleges are research-oriented. They expect you to be able to conduct research on your own. A most effective way of showing how capable you are is, actually doing a very advanced academic research that can impress them under the guidance of global scholars from powerful colleges and universities.
Extracurricular and Leadership Activities:
Life in school is more than academics. How you interact with people matters, and beyond school, what you achieve as an "active" leader in the fields of relevance to your interests helps to assess your strength as a future leader who will contribute to shaping the real world.
Dedicated athletes never stop running their race until it's really over. Colleges are always interested in how you perform and what's happening around you. It makes perfect sense to prepare and update them on your latest achievements, which may be meaningful to their review of your candidacy until the last moment.
Admissions Officer and Alumni Interviews:
No interview is insignificant, because depending on your performance, your chances of getting in could improve. Whether it's an alumni interview or an admissions officer interview, you will best serve yourself by knowing that you're well prepared to present new pieces of information they would not find in the submitted application components, yet helpful for strengthening your candidacy.
Every high school transfer requires a thorough process and in-depth contemplation of effective steps to making college application successful. Both the previous and new schools offer each unique context in which you can maximize your competitiveness, but "how" is always the question.
Additional Information, Personal Website, Other Forms of Submission Materials:
There is no "additional" requirement, but you could well consider utilizing Additional Information, personal website, or any other forms of submission to "add" value to your proposition to colleges. This may be an exceptional way for you to stand out.
Letters of Recommendation and Support:
Not all successful candidates have great letters of recommendation and support to submit on their behalf. You need the know-how for choosing whom to ask for the letters, motivating your recommenders to write "better" letters, and suggesting how they could "most effectively" advocate for you.
It's impossible to visit all colleges you're interested in. A few you're most interested in, however, can widen your eyes. Preparing what to take with you, what to explore, and what to take away from your visits can do the wonders of persuading colleges on how you best fit, and what you have to contribute.
No college guarantees admission - or rejection. Forward-looking, active preparation for contingencies may warrant successful outcome. Many colleges change their waitlist policies every year, but knowing how they take people off of the waitlist, or what they look for when doing so, can increase your chances of admission.
Organizational, Study & Time Management Skills:
Even best performers constantly look for better ways to improve their skills. The majority of students at all levels face virtually the same challenge every day. Skills aren't everything, but they're indispensable when you try to do the best you can.
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