With college application season on the horizon, leading company Ivy Camps USA has unveiled the top tips on how high schoolers can be academically and socially ready for the university application.
“For parents who have a senior in high school, they most likely have been looking into universities for their student to attend. They may have even begun the application process. For those with students who just started high school, it’s not too early to consider college,” a company representative said in a statement.
One excellent way to make sure students are ready for the college application season is by taking on a pre-university preparation course. Ivy Camps USA stressed the importance of pre-university programs in helping teens obtain the skills and knowledge necessary to enter a university program. In this path, students can turn to courses in college application help, exploring careers, and college success.
“We believe in the power of high school mentorship on the path to college admissions. Mentors such as ours can benefit anyone who is preparing to go to college,” the representative said.
After-school classes support high school students during the critical transition between secondary school and university. The preparatory courses also enable students to gain an insight into the core skills they need to articulate their opinions and standpoints under pressure and help them hone their debating skills, among other things, in a safe and creative environment.
“These courses will enhance both the quality of students’ application as well as their confidence that it is the ultimate application it can be, which showcases who they are to their schools of choice,” the representative said.
Those who want to learn further tips on college admission success and pre-university career exploration may visit the Ivy Camps website for more information.