IvyWise Live Q&A: Coronavirus and College Admissions
Tune in to IvyWise Live on our Facebook page next week, where College Admissions Experts Christine, Scott, Nat, Zach, and Rachel will discuss how students can prepare for the college admissions process this fall and answer your most pressing college prep questions.
The college admissions process itself is complicated enough, and now with another layer of uncertainty that is directly affecting applicants, families are wondering what to expect. Our expert counselors are here to provide some clarity for anxious applicants on how the college admissions process will be affected this fall and what students can do now to prepare.
You’re invited to tune in to whichever webinar is most convenient for you:
Felix, IvyWise Regional
Christine, IvyWise Premier Counselor and Former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale and Georgetown
Scott, IvyWise Premier Counselor and Former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale
Nat, IvyWise Master Counselor and Former Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at NYU
Zach, IvyWise Master Counselor and Former Senior Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Boston College
Natasha, IvyWise Regional
Rachel, IvyWise Master Counselor and Former Assistant Dean of Admissions at Swarthmore College
Please join us on Facebook with any questions you have about how the pandemic is affecting the college admissions world, and our team of experts will be happy to address your concerns and help you navigate this unusual time!
They will discuss a variety of topics, including how this fall’s admissions process will be affected, the admissions rubric, grades, test-optional policies and testing strategies, college application essays, extracurricular activities, summer programs, campus visits, and special tips for international students and current juniors.
Their discussion will be followed by a live Q&A session, where they will answer FAQs from parents and students from around the world.
Comment on this Blog Post with Your Questions!
So that we can be best prepared to address your concerns during the Q&A sessions, please leave your questions in the comments section of this blog post – and our research team will work with our counselors to make sure we provide you with the most up-to-date information and guidance. We look forward to seeing you soon!