In this week’s episode you will hear
In the News (10:46): In this week’s news segment, an article from Inside Higher Ed by Scott Jaschik that discusses the variety of creative ways colleges are recruiting without students visiting their campuses. Mark and Dave have a robust discussion of this article. (Length 27:11)
Chapter 114 of 171 Answers (37:57): We are in Chapter 114 of 171 Answers and we are in the final part of how to find merit scholarships. Mark and Anika talk about specific websites students and parents can go to in order to find merit scholarships. (Length 18:11)
This week’s question (56:08) is from Kisha in OH and she wants to know if her son should take the ACT in his sophomore year since he isn’t strong in geometry and fears that he won’t retain the information.
This week’s interview (1:05:21) Mark kicks off is interview with Taylor King, Assistant Director of Admissions at Columbus State.
Mark’s recommended resource of the week (1:11:46) Go to commonapp.org, take out a username and password, make sure you are logged in and then search for any college you are interested in and on their main page, you will see a hyperlink that says virtual tour, click this link to see which virtual tour a college wants you to see.
College Spotlight (1:19:15): The University of Cincinnati (uc.edu)
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