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Junior Timeline

 SPRING TIMELINES FOR JUNIORS


February/March

____Register for May and/or June SAT or SAT Subject Test or ACT for April or June.

____Ask your counselor about summer enrichment programs. (Also, available on Bunnellís school counseling website).

____ Consider volunteering/community service project.

____Consider SAT Subject tests in the course you are taking this year.

____Complete your senior course selections, review graduation requirements/credits and discuss post-secondary plans with your counselor.

____ Develop a list of colleges which interest you and research the college websites for information and/or call the admissions office to request free information.

____Find out if there are special requirements for music, art or performing art majors.

____Make plans to visit colleges of interest.

 

April


____Narrow list of colleges to 6-8 schools which interest you and research the college website for information and/or call the admissions office to request free information..

____Visit colleges which interest you.

____File service academies pre-applications and ROTC scholarship applications.

____Make your counselor aware if you plan to play a sport in college.  Review the NCAA eligibility requirements at www.ncaaeligibility center.org.


____Attend local college fairs to obtain admissions and program information.

                                               
 

                            
May

____Identify 1 or 2 academic teachers whom you can ask for recommendations.

                 
____Take  May SAT or SAT Subject Tests.

____Review your college list.

____Develop an activity sheet.

____Begin work on college essay.

____Apply to summer enrichment programs.

 


June

____Take June SAT, ACT or SAT Subject Test.

____Continue the college search, and discuss with your counselor.

____If you donít have a job, try volunteering in your career area.

____ Register online with the NCAA Eligibility Center.