Admission Timeline

When it comes to crafting a winning university application, timing is everything. From building a strong profile to polishing a unique personal essay, all of these take time and careful planning beforehand. According to the year level you are in, there are different things you need to prepare for.

When you are in Year 7-8, you should get some practice for ACT, SAT and SAT II subject tests, build you vocabulary and commit to a few extracurricular activities.

When you are in Year 9-10, you need to take prep courses and sit for ACT and SAT tests. Also remember to take SAT II subject tests. If you are aiming for selective universities, you may need to retake the tests to make sure you have very good results to help you stand out.

When you are in Year 11-12, it is your last chance to sit for ACT, SAT and SAT II subject tests. You need to focus on crafting a unique and impressive personal profile, including your personal essay, recommendations and other necessary application materials.

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