Updated: Nov 8, 2022
Many of our families are anxious about what the impact of COVID-19 on college admissions, SAT/ACT test prep, and normal classes means for their student's educational journey. That's why we took the floor last night in our LIVE Q&A with our founder, giving families an opportunity to ask us their most pressing questions.
Bummed that you missed it?
Don't worry, we've got your bum covered. For a recap of some of the questions that our founder, Josefine, answered, see the list below as well as a recording of the entire video.
Here are some of the questions:
What is the latest news on the SAT/ACT/AP tests? Will I get a refund? Do I reschedule?
When should I register for the SAT/ACT?
What do I do now that colleges have cancelled their campus tours?
Will colleges look at Spring 2020 grades differently than previous semesters?
Will colleges change how they look at SAT/ACT Scores because of COVID-19?
How will COVID-19 impact applicant pools for Fall 2021 applications? Are they more selective?
What are some strategies that I should use to keep my sanity if e-learning extends through the remainder of the year?
My internship/activity was cancelled. Will that effect my chances of getting into a selective college?
Where can I go to find the most current information?
How can I get started on a strong application for college now?
What should I be doing with my free time?
What do I do if I was put on a waitlist?