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  • decisive in showing colleges that he or she is more than just an encyclopedia. Colleges want people, not computers. Different colleges will want different
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  • Job Search Automation for College Students Presentation Objectives Slide 2 Slide 3
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  • year of high school, as it is the last full year that colleges can see. You should take the SAT I this year, and start looking at prospective colleges.
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  • is the most important factor that colleges use to accept or not accept students. To get into a competitive college, it's important to get high grades
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  • and colleges realize this. So don't worry if your biggest talent is not a class in school. However, since you have no grades, you must show colleges that
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  • This collection of cards has been put together from the Neurology short case tutorials at Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2008, given by Senior Staff Neurologist
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  • Having an internship or paid job shows colleges that you have real-life skills that you will need after graduation. If you are self-employed, it also shows
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  • ASAP. Start visiting prospective colleges, and don't fall prey to "senioritis". Work hard in AP classes so you can skip lower level classes in college.
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  • degree requires that the student enroll in an honors program in his or her college. These programs have higher standards, and often require research or the
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  •     Job Search Automation for College Students       This is the content of a PowerPoint presentation for college students     Career centers are welcome
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  • Decision (ED), as the name suggests, is an alternate way of applying to college that occurs earlier than normal. This kind of application is binding, meaning
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  • Public Colleges Private Colleges Men's Colleges Women's Colleges Coed Colleges African-American Colleges Hispanic Colleges Small Colleges Bard College Grinnell
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  • Volunteering has a number of benefits. Besides showing colleges that you care for your community, it is a good way to make friends, gain experience, and
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  • Congratulations on making it to high school! There are so many opportunities to succeed in high school. Don't let them go to waste. Continue any extracurricular
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  • Job Search Automation for College Students Introduction Slide 1 Slide 2
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  • reproduction of other texts (eg Talley & O'Connor's various books) No College Copyright material (this includes past exam papers) Remembered questions
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  • option given at some colleges that allows the student to apply earlier than usual. This results in an earlier reply from the college. Unlike Early Decision
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  • School counselors can be an invaluable resource in helping you plan your future. If a question you have is not answered in this book, feel free to ask
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  • Neurology 3rd Nerve Palsy Horner's Syndrome Myaesthenia Motor Neurone Disease
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  • This project was started in April 2008, to try and replace the no-longer-updated site Pass the FRACP. It is intended to be a reference for candidates for
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