I’m so excited to start a new year! For me personally, it has been a roller coaster of emotions this year, but this one has been a little quieter than usual. I am hoping that things will settle down soon and I will be able to start exploring the new year with more enthusiasm.
I think my excitement is justified. In fact, I think I’m just as excited to see what the future holds as the rest of us. All we can hope is for the next four years to be the best so far.
Four years from now is a long time to be in school. There’s always a little bit of uncertainty in every year, but when you’re going to be taking classes for four years in school, you have to start planning very early.
When youre at the high school level, all the uncertainty is over. You have the final year of high school. You take the final exams and have to find a college of your own. There is no doubt in your mind that you will go to college and you could be anywhere. If you pass the exams you can get a general acceptance letter and begin the process.
In my own experience, I’ve found that the process of finding a college/university is a little bit of a blur. I’ve gotten A’s and B’s and C’s and D’s. I’ve also gotten C’s with the biggest of A’s. I’m never sure exactly what to do next.
There are two different ways to get a letter of acceptance to a college. One is to receive an acceptance letter from a school, and then go to that school and get an official letter of acceptance from the school itself. The other way is to submit your application to a specific college and wait for the school to make its acceptance decision.
Most colleges ask for letters of acceptance to go with the official letter of acceptance. This is because many colleges don’t want to be too slow to make the choice. For one, they want to make sure their letters of acceptance are approved by the college before they get a letter of acceptance from the college itself. For another, they want to be able to make offers to the schools they are accepting.
College admissions is a big decision so college admissions officers and schools do a lot of research and analysis on the applicants. If an applicant is deemed too good for their school they may not even bother to send in a letter of acceptance. This is where the wait and see thing comes in. Colleges are aware that some students might not choose their school because they think its too good for them. They then keep an open mind until the last minute and may send in a letter of acceptance.
Admission officers are often those in the middle of the decision making process. They’re still evaluating the application and the potential of the applicant. Often, they read through the application to decide whether it’s a good fit for their school. This is exactly the situation Ann Sothern finds herself in. Her first-choice school, Virginia Tech, has declined to accept Ann’s application as they have concerns about the letters of endorsement submitted.
While Ann Sothern is on the board of directors for the school, her parents are not. Ann and her parents have a very close relationship. They met in a class together in the summer of 2015 when Ann was just 15. Ann and her parents are both on the board of directors for Virginia Tech. Ann’s parents were the first to take Ann on board to Virginia Tech because they wanted to be connected.