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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

November 05th 2015:Submitting Test Scores: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know, And More!

You may have thought that the most challenging thing about standardized testing was taking the actual tests. Many families are discovering that submitting the scores can be even tougher. On this week's episode, we'll take listeners through all the details of score submission, including how to do it, when to do it, which scores to send where, when or if to rush scores, what to do if there is a screw up on the testing organizations' side. It's also the season for college interviews. While fewer and fewer schools are offering them to applicants, interviews are still part of the process at many sc

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Sally Ganga

Sally Ganga’s most recent college admissions role was at the University of Chicago, where she was associate director of admissions and ran the application reading and scholarship process. Previously she had worked at Whittier College in the Los Angeles area as an associate director of admissions. She graduated from Reed College in Portland, Oregon with a B.A. in history, beginning her admissions career there first as a tour guide and then as an intern in the admission office before being hired after graduation as an assistant dean of admission. After leaving college admissions, Sally became the director of college counseling at both the Archer School for Girls and Chadwick School in the
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Kara Courtois

Kara Courtois has spent her entire career dedicated to working in education and admissions. She began and developed her admissions career at Barnard College, part of Columbia University, where she was responsible for recruiting students from New York State and then became the director of international recruitment, overseeing the recruitment, application and enrollment of domestic, European, and Canadian students. Prior to working in admissions, Kara volunteered as a classroom teacher with Americorps and also taught high school in the Washington, DC and San Francisco areas. She has a Bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in medieval studies from the University of Notre Dame and a Master
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Elyse Krantz

Elyse Krantz became interested in the college admissions process after serving as a student tour guide in the admissions office of her alma mater, Dartmouth College. After graduating cum laude with a degree in linguistics, Elyse accepted an admissions counseling position at Bennington College in Vermont, where she worked with students from Long Island, New Jersey, Atlanta, Chicago and the Pacific Northwest. She then moved to New York City to pursue a Master's degree in Communication and Education at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, subsequently joining the admissions staff at Barnard College as a senior admissions officer. At Barnard, Elyse directed Long Island and Boston recruitmen
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Shannon Vasconcelos

Shannon Vasconcelos has worked in student financial assistance at Boston University and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, where she served as the assistant director of financial aid. At Tufts, she was responsible for reviewing financial aid applications, determining financial aid awards, and helping families through the college financing process. In addition, Shannon has served as an active member of the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator’s Early Awareness and Outreach Committee, as a trainer for the Department of Education’s National Training for Counselors and Mentors, and as a volunteer for FAFSA Day Massachusetts. She has a BA in economics fro
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2430/getting-in-a-college-coach-conversation 18/12/2017 03:00 18/12/2017 04:00 Getting In: A College Coach Conversation https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2430/getting-in-a-college-coach-conversation You may have thought that the most challenging thing about standardized testing was taking the actual tests. Many families are discovering that submitting the scores can be even tougher. On this week's episode, we'll take listeners through all the details of score submission, including how to do it, when to do it, which scores to send where, when or if to rush scores, what to do if there is a screw up on the testing organizations' side. It's also the season for college interviews. While fewer and fewer schools are offering them to applicants, interviews are still part of the process at many schools. We’re going to help listeners prepare. Finally, the FAFSA recently announced major changes for the 2017/2018 season, including what information you’ll be including and when the form will be available. It's a must-listen if you'll be applying for financial aid next year. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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