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Big things happen your junior year! You'll take the PSAT/NMSQT in the fall, the SAT/ACT in the spring and you will begin to narrow your list of colleges to four. College admissions professionals look closely at your junior classes and grades to determine your potential success at their institution.
Use the resource links below to plan for your life beyond Penn:
College Visitation Schedule-See all of the colleges visiting Penn this year!
Junior Calendar-What to do when.
PSAT Info-Learn why you MUST take the PSAT October of your junior year.
Junior Journey Resume Worksheet-You want to be ready for all of the questions that'll come up on college applications, right? Use this work sheet to pull everything together and wow the colleges to which you'll apply.
Junior Journey College Search Checklist-So many colleges and so little time to search! Stay organized with the checklist!
Is a Two or Four Year College Right For You?-Does the career you're interested in require an Associates (2 year) or a Bachelors (4 year) degree? Use this form to help focus your search.
College Visit Advice-Attending a college you have never visited is like buying a car on line...if you don't actually see it, and look under the hood, you could be disappointed with your decision once you do.
College Visit Checklist-The fact that two items on the web page are devoted to college visits are a pretty good indicator of just how important they are!
Technical School/Apprenticeship-If you're interested in a technical school or apprenticeship, use this form to plan!