After High School Education
Preparation Unit
https://www.collegeboard.org/
All the college questions should link
somehow here.
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Step One: GRADUATE!!!!!!!!!
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Step Two: Stand Out From the Crowd
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How Do I Stand Out?
• Typically
– Grade Point Average (G.P.A.)
– Club Participation
– Make Difference
– Sports or Special Ability
– Amazing Test Scores
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Choices, Choices
• There are many schools with MANY clubs and
extra curricular choices.
• Just looking at the school’s website can be
overwhelming!!!!
• Check out the lists at the following three
schools from the Kern High School District in
Bakersfield, California, USA:
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Clubs At Golden Valley
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Academic Decathlon
AP Financial Club
ASB Executive Board
AVID Club
B Dawgz Friendship Club
Band
Boys Soccer
BSU
Bulldog Football
Bulldog Wrestling
C.R.O.S.S.
Cheer
Class of 2015- Seniors
Class of 2016- Juniors
Class of 2017- Sophomores
Class of 2018- Freshmen
Color Guard
Cross Country
CSF
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Diamond Club
Drama Club
FBLA ( Future Business
Leaders)
FCA (Fellowship of Christian
Athletes)
FFA (Future Farmers)
French Club
Girl Hoopsters
Girls Soccer
Golf Club
GSA
GVHS Honor Society
GVHS Singers
Hoop Club
Interact Club
Latino Culture Club
Mock Trial
Project BEST
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RN Explorers
Science and Medicine
Science Bowl
Softball Club
Super Terrific Club
Swim Club
Tennis Club
Track Club
Valle Dorado Ballet Folklorico
Volleyball Club
We The People
Wood Construction Club
Words and Arts Club
Yearbook Club
http://goldenvalley.kernhigh.org/
Clubs At Ridgeview
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Above The Rim / Fast Break
Alliance for Tolerance
Art Club
ASB Exec. Board
Asian Ridgeview Community
Astronomy / Science
B.E.S.T. (Black Excellence –
Scholarship)
Band
Baseball
BSU (Black Student Union)
Campus Life
Chaos (Math)
Cheer
Chess
Choir
Civic Virtue
CSF (California Scholarship
Federation)
Drama
Future Business Leaders of
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Fellowship Of Christian
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FFA (Future Farmers
Football
Forensics
Friday Night Live
Friendship
Golf (Boys)
Golf (Girls)
Hoop (Boys Basketball)
Interact
International
Information
Technology Academy
Journalism
Key Club
Link Crew
M.E.S.A.
Mecha (Hispanic Heritage)
Mock Trial
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Photo
Road Pack (Cross Country)
Sightseers
Soccer (Boys)
Soccer (Girls)
Softball
Swimming (Boys & Girls)
Tennis
Virtual Enterprise
Volleyball
Wolf Pack Wanderers
Wrestling
Yearbook and Newspaper
Adviser
http://ridgeview.kernhigh.org/
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Advanced Placement Club
Alpine Club
Anime Club
Athletic Club
B.S.U.
Baseball Club
Basketball-Boys Varsity
Basketball-Girls Varsity
C.S.F.
Cheerleading Club
Chess Club
Choir
Criminal Justice Academy
Cross Country Club
Drama/Thespian Club
E-42 Club (SDD Students)
Football Varsity – Club
Forensics
Freshman/Class of 2018
Gardening Club
Gate & Honors
Go ECO!
Golf-Boys Club
Golf-Girls Club
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Clubs at South
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Journalism
JRTOC
Juniors/Class of 2016
Key Club
Keyboarding
Link Crew
Lions Business Club
MARCA
Math Club
Medical Club
Merrimac Yearbook
MS3 Academy
MS3 Student Club
National Honor Society
Photography Club
Project B.E.S.T.
Rebel Avid
Rebel Enterprise
Rebel Marching Band
Rebelettes
Rebels Helping Rebels
Rebels On a Mission
Rebels With A Cause
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Seniors/Class of 2015
Silver Tongue Society
Soccer Club-Boys Varsity
Soccer Club-Girls Varsity
Softball Club-Varsity
Sophomore/Class of 2017
South High Film Society
South High Steppers
South Interact Club
Spanish Club
Spanish Honor Society
Spirit Club
Swim club
Tennis Club Boys-Varsity
Tennis Club Girls-Varsity
Track Club
Virtual Business
Visual Art
Volleyball Club-Varsity
We The People
Wrestling Club
http://south.kernhigh.org/
Clubs
Graduation
Clubs don’t even help you graduate. Although, they
might help you want to be at school and to get to a
better University or future.
These are all that is necessary to graduate from the
Kern High School District in Bakersfield, California,
USA.
http://instruction.kernhigh.org/wpcontent/uploads/2014/06/Graduation-RequirementsClass-of-2015.pdf
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Make a List
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What clubs will I join?
What clubs have I joined ?
What is my GPA?
What can I do to improve it?
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Okay I’m Done
If you are ready to graduate now what?
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(Some) After High School Options
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University of California…….
California State University………….
Private University
Private College
Out of State College or University
Junior College
Technical Training
Certification
My Dad’s Shop
Why school just get a job? Uh….. Where?
What are you going to do?
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University of California
and
California State University Campuses
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https://www.deanza.edu/transfer/map-uc_csu.html
So How Do I Get There?
• Graduate High School
• Get accepted to a higher level of education
• Finish their requirements for a degree or
certificate
• Find a job
• Voila you are “There”
– In a way
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Graduate, Yes You Must
• Options
– Stay in high school and earn your diploma
• Most effective for applying for College or University
IMPORTANT!
TAKING THE FOLLOWING FORCE YOU INTO A JUNIOR COLLEGE
TRACK, DUE TO THE LACK OF UNITS AND SAT OR ACT
EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS.
– Pass the California High School Proficiency Examination
– General Education Development program
• These can be good for certain technical training pathways.
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What is the California High School
Proficiency Examination?
• The legal equivalent of earning a high school diploma
• High School Equivalency Exam
• This costs to take, but so?
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General Education Development
(program) or GED
• Courses then an examination
• Successful completion
• The equivalent of a high school diploma
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Answer
• What are the different ways to get credit or a
diploma from high school?
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Basic Factors for UC Qualification
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University of California…….
Requirements
a. History/social science
b. English
c. Mathematics
d. Laboratory science
e. Language other than English
f. Visual and performing arts
g. College-preparatory elective
(chosen from the subjects listed above or
another course approved by the university)
2 years
4 years
3 years
2 years
2 years*
1 year
1 year
*or equivalent to the 2nd level of high
school instruction
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http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
GPA
• (GPA) of 3.0 or better (3.4 if you're a
nonresident) in these courses with no grade
lower than a C
• Additional GPA points can be earned for
– Completed UC-certified honors courses
– Advanced Placement Courses
http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
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Testing
• Meet the examination requirement
– ACT Plus Writing or the SAT Reasoning Test
• By December of your Senior Year
• SAT Subject Tests are not required
– BUT certain on campus programs recommend them
• Subject tests can satisfy the "a-g" requirements listed
above.
– In other words, you can test out
or
– Concurrent enrollment
http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
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California Students
• State resident
– Met minimum requirements
• Top 9% of your class your JUNIOR year
• As defined in the ELC (Eligible in the Local
Context)
– Not admitted to UC you want
• You will be offered to another UC
http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
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Ponder
• What qualifies me for a UC campus?
• Am I on track to get into the UC system?
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Some Still Don’t Qualify
• What else does the admissions
office consider, when I apply?
• What else can I do to help me
get into the University?
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Other Factors “They” Consider
• Number of and how well you do in:
• UC-approved Honors Courses
• Advanced Placement
• International Baccalaureate Higher Level
• Transferable college courses
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http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
“Senior-itis” BIG NO NO!!!
Quality of your senior-year program
–Type and number of academic
courses in progress or planned
–You cannot just stop trying
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(More) Other Factors
• Academics compared to your high
school
–Not a very academic high school
• What did you do with
–Your school offered tons of AP
courses
• Did you take them?
• How did you do?
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http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
Are you amazing in one
or more subjects?
–Math
–Chemistry
–Language Arts
–Science and P.E.
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Are You Amazing?
–The Governor noticed ………..
–You won an awards for state ………..
–You found the cure for ………..
–You won highest ………..
–Awards in
• Visual and performing arts
• Communication
• Athletic endeavors
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Improving? Or Unique?
• You struggled academically
– Now you are striving
• Special talent
– You will contribute intellectually to the
campus
–unusual promise for leadership
–Significant participation in student
government
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More Stuff You Have Done
• Special skills
• Written and oral proficiency in other languages
• Significant community service
• Other significant experiences or achievements
• Eagle Scout
• National Farmer in the FFA
• Completion of special projects
• As part of
– High school curriculum
– Special school events
– Projects
– Programs
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http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
Things Get In Your Way?
• Academic accomplishments in light of your life experiences
and special circumstances (not limited to)
• Disabilities
• Low family income
• First generation to attend college
• Need to work
• Disadvantaged social or educational environment
• Difficult personal and family situations or circumstances
• Refugee status
• Veteran status
• Location of your secondary school and residence
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http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/
A Call to Action
• What “extra considerations” do I have?
• What can I do to get more on my academic
resume?
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I Made It!!!
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My scores were on the low side
I need to take some “remedial courses”
I have to do early start classes
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Early Start Program
• Basically
– Summer School for college
– Upon admittance CSU campus will inform you of how
and where to sign up
– Taken the freshman summer before college officially
starts
– For more information www.csusuccess.org/earlystart
• Available
– All CSU campuses
– Community Colleges
– Online
• THESE COST
– Financial aid can be applied for
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Huh? What Do the Letters Mean?
Generally you earn a……..
• 2 year at a Junior College
– A.A. Associate of Art
– A.S. Associate of Science
• 4 year at a College or University
– B.A. Bachelor of Art
– B.S. Bachelor of Science
• 6 year at a University
– M.A. Master of Art
– M.S. Master of Science
• 8 year at a University
– Ph.D. Philosophiae Doctor, or Doctor of Philosophy
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Goals
• What would my ideal US campus be?
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CSU
California State University of ………
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CSU Requirements
Area
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Subject
History and Social Science (including 1 year of U.S. history or 1
semester of U.S. history and 1 semester of civics or American
government AND 1 year of social science)
English (4 years of college preparatory English composition and
literature)
Math (4 years recommended) including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra
II, or higher mathematics (take one each year)
Laboratory Science (including 1 biological science and 1 physical
science)
Language Other than English (2 years of the same language;
American Sign Language is applicable - See below about a possible
waiver of this requirement)
Visual and Performing Arts (dance, drama or theater, music, or
visual art)
College Preparatory Elective (additional year chosen from
the University of California "a-g" list)
Total Required Courses
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https://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/high_school/subjects.asp
Years
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Waivers And Missing Courses
• High School Subject Requirements
– C or higher
– 1 unit equals 1 year of study
• Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses
– Approved courses www.ucop.edu/doorways
• Waiver of “Other Than English” Courses
– Take a test to prove you know as much as
students who have completed two years of a
non-English language course
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https://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/high_school/subjects.asp
Making-up Courses
• High School
– Summer school
– Zero or 8th period, if offered
• Adult School
• These typically cost
– College Courses
– Private Schools
– SAT subject examinations
– Advanced Placement examinations
– International Baccalaureate examinations
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Instead of Making-up Courses
• Go to a Junior/Community College
– Earn at least 60 units
–Including 30 semester units of general
education
–Transfer as an upper-division transfer
student
– Only college work is considered this time
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Have a Disability?
Contact the director of
Services to Students
w/ Disabilities of your
chosen CSU campus
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Fixing Mistakes
• How can I make up for missing credits?
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Grades
• Most important factor in CSU admission decision
• Calculated using your grades in all your college
prep "a-g" classes completed after the 9th grade
– Eligibility Index
– https://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/high_s
chool/elig_index_calculator.asp
• Test scores matter less if
– If your GPA is below 3.0
– You are a resident of California
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Eligibility Index
• https://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/high_
school/elig_index_calculator.asp
• Combines your high school grade point
average with the score you earn on either the
SAT or ACT tests
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SAT and ACT
– SAT or ACT are not required BUT they
• Can help you skip lower classes
• You may get to skip placement tests
• Help you be chosen over another
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Tests, Seriously More Tests!!!
• Which do I take? For a California
State University campuses
•SAT?
•ACT?
–It does not matter, you decide
which you prefer
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ACT
American College Test
• CSU use the composite scores
• Tests on the following
– English
– Mathematics
– Reading
– Science
– Optional writing, not required for CSU
admission
– More information www.act.org.
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SAT
Scholastic Assessment Test
(formerly Scholastic Aptitude Test)
• http://collegeapps.about.com/od/sat/f/goodsatscore.htm
– CSU combine Critical Reading and Math scores
• The composite is used for admission
• The writing is not
– Tests on the following
• Critical Reading
• Math
– More information www.collegeboard.com
You can retake the tests to get a higher score!
There are pretests and preparatory classes.
But they COST each time.
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Tests
• What are the ACT and SAT tests?
• Why are they important for UC and USC
admission?
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J.C.
• Not Mrs. Laffoon’s Cousin
• Community and Junior College
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Open Enrollment
• Most offer only 2-year degrees
• Admission requirements
– Vary by school
– May be similar to but not as stringent as 4-year colleges and
universities
– 18 years old or high school graduate
• Some do not need anything more than basic paperwork
• Most want transcripts
– Records of grades from your high school
– College administered education level and admission tests
– Financial aid is available
– Physical tests
• Medical examinations
• Vaccine verifications
• Tuberculosis
• Essays
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Not –Open Enrollment
• Offer 2-year degrees
• Admission requirements
– Vary by school
– May be similar to but not as stringent as those of 4-year
colleges and universities
– 18 years old or high school graduate
• Transcripts
– Records of grades from your high school
– Education level and admission tests
– SAT or ACT required
• Proof of financial support
• Application financial aid
– Financial aid is available
– Physical tests
• Medical examinations
• Vaccine verifications
• Tuberculosis
• Essays
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Differences
• What are the differences between open and
non-open enrollment requirements?
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• Academic Eligibility
– A high school graduate
– Certificate of Proficiency
– General Education Development (G.E.D.)
– Did not graduate?
• 18 years of age or older
• Training or experiences that you will profit from what
the college offers
• Such students must have the approval of the Director
of Enrollment Services.
– Already have a degree
• Exempt from orientation, assessment, and counseling.
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NON-EXEMPT STUDENTS
• Complete the steps
THEN
• Register for classes
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Step 1
– Admission or Update
– Submit complete admissions form online
• https://banweb.kccd.edu/dev/default.html
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Step 2
– Orientation is meant to
• Welcome you to the BC community
• Introduce you to academic support programs
• Promote
–Personal academic success
–Individual development
– Is required
Orientation schedules are linked here:
http://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/counseling/orientation
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Step 3
– Testing and Placement Testing
• Take them
• Prepare
• Testing subjects
– Math
– Reading
– English
• For more information
– Assessment Center website
– https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/assessment
• Need Accommodations
– English as a Second Language
» Call 661-395-4479
– Disabilities
» Call 661-395-4334
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Step 4
– Counseling/Abbreviated Student Educational Plan
• Attend a New Student Counseling Workshop
–https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/counseling/n
ew-student-workshop
–In person
–Online (or do the online workshop), where you will
create a list of your first semester courses.
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Step 5
– Register for Your Classes
• Step by step guide
• https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/sites/bakersfieldc
ollege.edu/files/Step%20by%20Step%20Instructions%
20for%20Online%20Registration.pdf
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Steps
• What are the steps to getting enrolled at
Bakersfield College?
• Who cannot attend?
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Technical Training
• http://www.trade-schools.net/
• http://www.tradeschooladvisor.c
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Massage Therapy
Arts
Design
Drafting
Automotive Technicians
Training
Business College
Construction Management
Animal Care
Nursing
Aviation
Culinary
Cosmetology
Alternatives
• What are some different trade schools?
• How would I attend one?
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FINANCIAL AID
HTTPS://SECURE.CSUMENTOR.EDU/FINAID/
• Financial Aid Overview - Four Steps – Financial aid
information and cost-planning assistance
• CSU Net Price & Cost Calculator – Estimator of a student's
financial aid eligibility
• FAFSA on the Web – Transfer your CSUMentor information
to the FAFSA on the Web
• FAQs – Frequently asked questions and answers about
financial aid
• Tuition Savings Program – Find out how to save money to
pay for your college education
• Application Fee Waiver – The application fee may be
waived for a limited number of low-income applicants
• Student Aid On the Web – A U.S. Department of Education
source for free information on funding college costs
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Federal Aid is Also Offered for
Vocational Schools
• https://studentaid.ed.gov/prepare-forcollege/choosing-schools/types
• This is a excellent cite to peruse and get ideas
about how to pay for college and even which
college to attend.
• Your assignment is……..
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Money
• How can I pay for college?
• Do I qualify for financial aid?
• How will I make up the difference?
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Decisions, Decisions
• I don’t know what I want to do!!!!!
• Take test or two to get ideas of how to decide.
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Aptitude Tests
• Self Assessments assignment?
• Learning Styles
• http://www.educationplanner.org/students/selfassessments/learning-styles-quiz.shtml
• Career Planning
• http://www.educationplanner.org/students/careerplanning/find-careers/careers.shtml
• Really Neat, But Hard
• http://www.aptitude-test.com/
– FYI ASVAB is the military aptitude test
– Score well and you can enter as an officer
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Personality Test
• Just to get to know yourself a little better
• http://psychcentral.com/personalitytest/start.php
• FYI, very in depth
• http://www.16personalities.com/freepersonality-test
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How Do I Decide?!
• Which College is the Best?
• http://www.thebestcolleges.org/rankings/top-50/
• http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/bestcolleges/rankings/national-universities
• Which Career is Best?
– There are lots of opinions and some are fact based.
• http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/rankings/the-100best-jobs
• http://www.princetonreview.com/college/top-ten-majors.aspx
• http://www.forbes.com/pictures/efkk45fmhd/the-jobs-with-thebrightest-future-2/
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Assignment
• Now that you have done some research on a career, college or trade
school, yourself and you know some basic financial aid stuff you need to
make a plan. Please include all of the following:
• High School Goals
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Clubs
Sports
Extra-curricular Activities
Grades
When I will take my SAT and ACT
My back up plan
• College or Trade school Goals
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Major
Minor
Financial Plan
My back up plan
• Career Goals List 3
– What I want to be … perhaps
– What I want to be … perhaps
– What I want to be … perhaps
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