A Free Parent Webinar: Everything You Didn’t Know – But Should – About the SATs/ACTs and College Admissions
- Did you know that 1,815+ schools do not require ACT/SAT scores?
- Has the Pandemic Put an End to the SAT and ACT?
- How important are these tests anyway?
- What schools still require them?
Join us for an informative and insightful evening with popular guest speaker Amy Chatterjee, Senior College Counselor from Collegewise, to learn the answers of these and many more questions including:
- What’s the difference between the ACT and SAT exams?
- Which test is best for my son/daughter?
- What score do I need on my AP exams for colleges to notice me?
- How heavily do colleges evaluate test scores?
- Does “test-optional” really mean I can choose who sees my score?
- How will a “test-optional” university consider my student’s application?
In this 1-hour highly dynamic, information-filled, and interactive webinar, parents will better understand the college admissions process, the importance – or not – of the SATs and ACTs, and how it could impact your child’s college application.
There is no charge for the program, but registration is required.
When: Tuesday, April 25, at 7:00 pm EST
Amy Chatterjee, Senior College Counselor
Amy is an expert on college admissions whose goal is to help take the stress out of this process for families. As a Senior College Counselor with Collegewise, Amy’s deep understanding of the college admission process, her attentiveness to data and trends in education as well as a strong focus on the latest social and emotional learning research, make Amy a leader in this field.
Amy has a Masters in Counseling from Villanova University and with 20+ years’ experience as a college counselor has personally helped over 1,000 students successfully navigate the college admissions journey. She lives in Westport, Connecticut and is the proud mom of two teenagers who are sure to have two very different college journeys.
Did you know:
- Over 1,300 colleges and universities are test optional for Fall 2022, and 69 colleges are test blind
- As of January 2021 the SAT Essay and SAT Subject Tests will no longer be offered to students (YAY!)
- Selective colleges are seeing double-digit increases in applications
- 82% of students are dealing with anxiety, and 62% of students have trouble concentrating and focusing on their work*