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Download your free printable College Planning Calendar template now! Attend and participate in Shadow Day and College/Career Fair Determine which colleges are a good fit for you – start to narrow down your list Start working on a college essay Consider who you will ask to write recommendations Start developing a college resume Plan for potential summer college visits and/or college camps Request applications from your list of suitable/realistic colleges Have a good understanding of the admissions requirements for your suitable/realistic colleges Grade 12 You should come into your senior year with already having an SAT and TOEFL score If you want to take the SAT and TOEFL again, you need to complete this early in the senior year When meeting with your school counselor in September, you should have a list of realistic schools – take note of the admission deadlines (consider early decision or early action) Completed applications by Thanksgiving which include: o Application o Student Essay o Test Scores o Transcript (if you transferred into high school from you home country, some colleges will require your high school transcript from your home country along with your transcript from LMH) o Recommendations o Family’s Financial Documents o Portfolio (typically for music or art students) o If taken, AP scores (scores should be sent directly through the College Board’s website) Process financial aid and scholarship possibilities with the college’s international advisor Detailed Timeline for Seniors August Prior To Your Senior Year Request applications and information from colleges Visit school campuses throughout the summer to help narrow down choices Look into overnight or weekend college visitation programs Take note of upcoming SAT and ACT registration and test dates September Receive college information at a senior class meeting o College Planning Calendar for Seniors o Instructions Guidelines for Seniors regarding the College application process o College Application Checklist o Co