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Next steps for any college admission decision

March 27th, 2017

Last week many students received their final admission decision letters.  For some students, the waiting continues … just a few more days.  We’ve been delighted to share in much excitement, some disappointment and, in some cases, questions as to what your next steps should be.  Thanks to last week’s post from The Georgia Tech Blog,  we all know that during this time we need to “be cool,” but what more, specifically, can you do before making your final enrollment choice?

The article link below offers guidelines to help you contemplate next steps, whether you have been accepted, wait-listed or denied.  As always, we are very proud of all our hard-working seniors and we are here to answer any questions you might have during these final weeks of the application process.

Article published below by The Princeton Review 

The college decision letters and emails are rolling in. Celebrate your acceptances, stay positive, and strategize with your college counselor about what you’ll do next. Whatever your application status, we have some tips on planning your next move.

If You’re Accepted

If you applied regular decision, you have until May 1 (“Decision Day”) to notify colleges. Here’s what you should do after you receive your college acceptance letters:

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