The most important criteria evaluated by college admissions officers is an applicant’s high school transcript. What courses were taken? How rigorous were they? How did the student perform? How does the student’s performance compare to other students at the school? All of these factors – and more! – come into consideration. In this webinar, hear from AcceptU’s former admissions officers as they discuss how to take full advantage of your high school’s curriculum in order to maximize success in the college admissions process.
Jamie received a BA from University of Mary Washington and an MA in higher education administration from George Mason University. Jamie has a decade of admissions experience at several institutions, including University of California – Berkeley and Loyola University Maryland. He also served as associate director of college counseling at a private high school in Washington, DC. Jamie provides oversight for all undergraduate counseling at AcceptU. He is an IECA Professional Member.
Obi has a BA in psychology and Asian studies, as well as an MPA, from Clark University. Additionally, Obi received an MA from Columbia University Teachers College, focusing on international educational development. Obi worked as an admissions reader at Johns Hopkins University and an admissions consultant for EducationUSA.