High School me in Anything Goes
Greetings from sunny Southern California! My title is Jessica Frey (informally referred to as J Frey) and we am a Senior Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at USC. I spent my youth in Hollister, a tiny farm town in Northern Ca who has no affiliation whatsoever with the clothes store. I attended a big public school that is high over 3,000 students and somehow found my way to USC to learn theatre. My hope is that through sharing my experiences that are own I can provide you some advice and help you feel at ease once you approach the school admission process.
Numerous of you visitors will likely be applying to college it, and I want to make sure you know this is going to be all about you before you know. It might feel a little weird and selfish for those of you who are always placing other’s needs before yours. But in order you belong and feel happy, you do need to make the college search process all about yourself for you to make an informed college list and end up at a place where.
I don’t know I was in high school I made a lot of my decisions based on what other people were doing and thinking about you, but when. It is cool to put on red pants now? Okay, maybe I will go get that pair I had been eyeing at the mall weekend that is last. All the other children within my class are using to College XYZ? Maybe We should too. My therapist says I’d be good at engineering since I like my calcu Continue reading “Making the College Admission Process about You”