Beginning in March, the revised SAT will be the new college prep exam available to all students. With these changes to the exam being put into place, such as an optional essay and up to three hours and 50 minutes to take the exam, a wave of new courses and prep classes will also follow
Now that the second semester has started, many seniors are preparing themselves for what is to come now that they are on the last lap to graduation. Acceptance letters are flying in for many while others haven’t even started applying. For all of those who have been accepted, the race isn’t over yet. There is still so much students need to do before they can officially call themselves a college freshman.
With second semester just around the corner, applying to college becomes a stressing thought for some seniors. As the admissions requirements become increasingly more stringent, simply having good grades may not be enough to gain acceptance into your dream college.
Second semester of senior year is a blissful feeling like no other. you can skip an entire week of school and not miss a thing probably. But what happens when that one week turns into 100+ days of absences. Saturday school is what you would think of but as of late, that chance for redemptions has been ceased. Yeah, no more quick 3-period long Starbucks trips.
Graduation is just around the corner, and after you walk that stage its kumbaya to the current crew. So what comes next? For some it’s an independent road but for others it’s a transition to some of the most well renowned Greek sororities and fraternities Universities have to offer.