How High School Juniors Can Make a Great First Impression on Admissions

Posted by Sandy Lashin-Curewitz | May 20, 2015

Like most high school students just starting out on the college search, you might be wondering how to make yourself more memorable to admissions committees. Of course, your academic achievements come into play, but there are other things you can do to make an impression, too...starting right now!

Request more information. The first step is simple. You can scan a school's site for the facts and figures, but by joining the mailing list, you'll receive valuable information about the application process, news about upcoming events to attend, and specific details about your intended area of study.

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Subscribe to newsletters and blogs. If you haven't subscribed to our blog updates yet, do so now at the top right of this page. An admissions blog can provide a deeper look inside student life on campus, so it can help you determine whether or not it's the right place for you. (And we love that you want to get to know us as much as we want to get to know you!)

Plan tours and visits. An even better way to find your fit and demonstrate your interest? You guessed it—by visiting campus. At Becker, we offer campus tours and information sessions regularly, giving you and your parents the opportunity to see both of our campuses and talk to our admissions team. To register for one, click here. (In the meantime, visit us virtually.)

Be social. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and "Like" us on Facebook for updates on all things Becker. And don't be shy! Engaging with us shows that you're genuinely interested, no matter where you are in your search.

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