In this week’s episode you will hear
Introduction: Mark and Lynda take all of the announcement time to discuss Biden’s announcement about Student Loan Forgiveness. The interview is the second part of a three-part interview Mark and Susan did with Tom Becker, the Associate Director at the University of Pittsburgh. Part 2 :
- Does Pitt admit into specific colleges or into Pitt as an entire university
- How does Pitt provide advising to help students find the right major
- Tom continues the conversation about the strongest majors at Pitt
- Tom shares a major change Pitt made to emphasize computer science more
- What does it mean that Pitt uses rolling admissions and holistic admissions
- What does Pitt need to do to improve?
- How difficult is it to get into the various programs at Pitt and which are the hardest schools to get admitted to
- When does your application need to be submitted for Pitt’s most competitive programs
- When are the first decisions released
- When are students admitted to a regional campus vs being admitted to the Pittsburgh campus
- What are the strongest programs at the regional campuses
- The importance of your mid-year grades in the admissions process
- The role test scores play in admissions
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