McCallie student discusses college admissions process in New York Times article
Sherman takes much for joining us for this special it edition of 12 now ... a mccauley student shares his story in a widely known publication the topic what getting into college is really like for those who have followe the rules it comes amid an alleged large college admission scandals and balding parents including celebrity moms i spok with a student and a college counselor and a story the new york times recently published this article is about four honest applicants awaiting college admissions results one of the honest applicants featured his jackson lamb scholarships in europe mccauley school writer has worked with recalled over said am writing this piece i like to talk to students at the college in the process selenium agreed to joke about the college admissions process is like for him which included taking exams in an approved wave that accommodates his attention deficit disorder at times it's been very busy at the process for lamb is nearly over ever see one of the better couple options talking it over with recalled counselor college admissions has become a niche wide interest after several parents were accused of bribing and cheating to get their kids in the college in some cases they presented their kids in learning disabilities for extra test time for several hours there's no denying increasing competition to get to college more people are graduating high school seeing higher education is necessary and some schools often viewed as better only take a very small percentage of applicant it is obviously an important decision but is not everything in the student's life and it should be taken as a value judgment on who they are jeff kurtzman is the director o college counseling a mccauley's advice for students and familie of kids with sites on one the attending college is to be on the net make your high school career have value in and of sel don't do a bunch of things to try to get into college but be authentically yourself explore your interest as well as you in school were more about a colleg where it's good to fit the student well he or she can be successful and not worry so muc about what's the name on the back of the first kurtzman says he feels the college admissions scandal will shine a light on some of the advantages of the rich and powerful have in the process and
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