All students should arrive promptly at 8:00 a.m. with #2 pencils, a blue or black pen, a graphing calculator, and a snack and water if needed. It’s helpful to wear layers as testing rooms may be chilly. This is an out-of-uniform day.
While 10th and 11th graders are taking the PSAT, seniors will be given the option to work on college applications at home or with the College Counselors in the Edith Hamilton Library from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. Students should report to school by 10 a.m. if they’d like assistance from counselors.
Open to all, most suitable for parents of sophomores, juniors and seniors
What are colleges looking for and how do they look at and evaluate students for the best “fit”? Lisa Hill, Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Goucher College will give you a peek behind the curtain.
This event, hosted by Roland Park Country School, will feature Matt Steiner, Senior Director of Compass Education Group, with a detailed look at how standardized testing is used in college admission, an overview of testing policies, and suggested timelines for student testing. Please RSVP if you are planning to attend: Sally Diehl, DiehlS@RPCS.org
The official kick-off event welcoming juniors to the college admissions process! We’ll be joined by a panel of college admissions representatives who will answer your questions and provide insight on today’s college admissions landscape.
Naviance is Bryn Mawr’s online tool for exploring, researching and managing the application process. Learn more about how to use this valuable resource, both in exploring college options and sending applications.
“The most successful college applicant is the student who most fully ‘lives’ high school!” Join us for a sophomore parent breakfast to learn about how to support your daughter now as a Bryn Mawr student in anticipation of the college process.
Open to all, most suitable for parents of sophomores and juniors
An exceptional resource in the field of test preparation, Matt Steiner will help families identify the appropriate posturing towards standardized tests--not overemphasizing their importance, while sharing practical advice for timing and preparation.