College counselling workshops are expected to familiarize learners with the college application procedures and factors that can affect their application and to address some of the common issues and challenges that learners can face in college application. These workshops will introduce all steps relevant to college application.
College counsellors will guide learners on their college application roadmap through one-on-one counselling. Through counselling, learners can make their own application timeline and discuss and explore preparations needed. College counsellors will follow up their applications with continuous guidance and suggestions. All learners will be able to make a clear timetable, a school list, and a plan for courses and extracurricular activities in a given semester.
College counsellors will guide leaners on their college application roadmap and timeline so that learners can be well aware of admission standards and the according preparations needed, including standardized tests, academic preparations, and extracurricular activities.
College counsellors will guide learners to research on potential schools that they intend to apply. Learners will be guided on how to collect and organize relevant data and information, which will be instrumental in finalizing their school list.
The following experiences and activities will assist learners in acquiring hands-on information about different schools and gain a deeper insight of the potential schools that they intend to apply. These experiences will help learners make more reasonable choices and judgements.
College counsellors will help parents to learn about college application procedures and factors that can affect their children's application and guide them how to offer support to learners in college application as parents.
College counsellors will have conversations with the family to discuss, plan and finalize learners' college application roadmap and timetable while equipping the family with knowledge on college admission requirements, relevant preparations needed, and learners' college readiness.