In this week’s episode you will hear
In the News (6:43) :In this week’s news segment, an article from San Francisco Chronicle, “Judge bars University of California from all use of SAT,ACT scores in admissions”, by Bob Egelko. The University of CA already stopped requiring applicants to take the SAT and ACT, but a judge recently ruled that they must now stop allowing prospective students to submit their scores. (Length 18 minutes)
Chapter 138 of 171 Answers (24:35): and Mark talks us through how to get in-state tuition as an out-of-state student.
This week’s question (39:09) is from Michelle in Washington and she wants to know if her daughter should create a separate email account to use only for schools where she will be applying.
This week’s interview (51:29) is with Sam Prouty, Director of Admissions at Middlebury College in ‘the advantages of attending a more remote college’.
Mark’s recommended resource of the week (59:33) If you want to know whether or not you will get college credit for your AP scores, or if you want to know what each schools AP policy is, then you want to go to apstudents.collegeboard.org
College Spotlight (1:12:50): Arizona State in Tempe, AZ (asu.edu) (Length 23 minutes)
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