The college application process has a lot of moving parts: essays, recommendation letters, transcripts, and SAT/ACT scores. On top of senior projects, extracurriculars, as well as keeping up with your studies, what is your status in applying to colleges?
"I plan on applying to both in-state and out-of-state colleges. I’ll probably apply to UT Austin, or Arkansas, or Alabama, or maybe hit up Collin [College]."
"I’ve wanted to go to OU for most of my childhood, and I applied there. I also applied to A&M, and I’m just waiting to hear back from both of the colleges right now. I’ll hear back from OU this month probably and then A&M in February or March."
"I want to go to Auburn and I’m waiting on my acceptance letter. I’ve applied to other schools, but I want to go to Auburn, so I’m waiting for that."
"I know that for the first two years, I’m going to go to Collin College to get my basics done, and then after that I honestly don’t know where I’m gonna go."
"Well, I plan to go to BYU. If I can’t get into there, any Texas college would do, mainly A&M or Texas Tech. But, from now until college, what will really be the best thing is to apply to more just in case. That’s a good plan. And then to check on it regularly, because a problem I have is that I don’t check my email often."
"I’m graduating early because I have most of my credit so I’m just going to go ahead and start. I plan on going to Collin for a year and then transferring to UNT."