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Were you not offered a spot off the waitlist of your desired school or are you not happy with the colleges you got into? There are still colleges who are taking applications. Visit NACAC's site to search for one. https://www.nacacnet.org/news--publications/Research/CollegeOpenings/
Texas colleges have a lot to offer and touring them during HECA'S annual conference in Austin, TX is a great way to learn about what new programs they have. Updates on college admissions, social media, how to grow and manage your business are a few of the topics covered. I hope to see many of my fellow counselors there!
Students ask why they should take the SAT subject tests? I tell them it adds to your application file, showing proficiency in a subject. The majority of schools do not require them, but will consider them, if sent. If they are majoring in engineering, the sciences or pre-med, then colleges will want to see two subject tests, usually math II and one of the sciences test. If you have scored well, then go ahead and send the scores to the colleges you are applying to.