SOS College Resources

UC A-G Subject Requirements

To properly prepare for college applications, it’s important to know what classes you need to take in high school. The University of California system has a set of subject requirements referred to as “A through G”. These requirements must be met by any student who will apply to the UC system. A brief summary of the requirements can be found at the following link:

http://www.admissions.ucla.edu/Prospect/Adm_fr/fracadrq.htm

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Inside the Admissions Office

An extremely informative panel discussion hosted by the Wall Street Journal which features tips from a number of top college admissions experts.



For more information on college admissions, visit http://www.careersandcolleges.com/

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How to Choose a College

An accessible video introduction on how to choose the college that is right for you.

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Resume Tips

The following is a detailed guide to creating an effective resume.

How to Prepare and Effective Resume

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Resume samples

The following are resume examples that you can reference when you create your own. They are not the best examples, but they are good starting points. You should continue to edit your resume as you gain more experiences. Resumes should use simple san serif fonts (like Arial) and should be limited to 1-2 pages.

Resume sample 1

Resume sample 2

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Be The Perfect College Applicant

At this website, find out how to be the perfect college applicant. Colleges look for a student with a challenging curriculum and those who can succeed in the difficult classes. Out of school experience and extra-curriculur involvement makes you a more well-rounded candidate and shows your dedication to activities beyond the classroom. In addition to a strong resume, be sure to have teachers write recommendations to bring character and life to your application.

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Staying Organized

By staying organized at www.collegeboard.com, you can create your own college list that can easily be updated in regards to adding or deleting colleges. This website allows you to create and manage online applications, ensures you stay organized (as all of the information is accessible from your computer-no papers lost!), and deadlines and reminders can make sure your applications are in on time. This website’s calendars, organizers, and admission tips facilitate this process, and ease the stress of Senior year.

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ACT – Featured Scholarships

This site hosted by the ACT website, has a variety of featured scholarships.

Includes The Sallie Mae Fund Scholarship Programs, American Dream Scholarship, Community College Transfer Scholarship , as well as others.

Deadlines for programs vary.

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International students

International students

As an international student you have a lot of opportunities to study in a different country. It has a lot of advantages beside learning the language. Currently a lot of colleges are seeking international students.  Check it out for yourself.

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USC Application Deadlines

USC Application Deadlines gives a detailed outline of when each aspect of the application is due to be eligible for acceptance to the University of Southern California.

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