As we welcome March, we’re greeted with a flurry of activities and next steps in the university application journey. Here’s what’s on the horizon:

  1. University Decisions: For those who submitted applications, March often marks the beginning of hearing back from universities. Be sure to keep a close eye on your email inbox and application portals for updates on admissions decisions. Remember to celebrate your accomplishments, regardless of the outcomes, and keep moving forward with confidence.
  2. SAT Test for Grade 11 Students: Grade 11 students –  this is a prime time to consider taking the SAT if you haven’t already. While it’s not mandatory for all universities, many still consider SAT scores as part of their admissions process. Use this opportunity to showcase your academic strengths and bolster your application portfolio.
  3. University Visits for Grade 11 Students: March offers an excellent chance for Grade 11 students to start exploring potential universities. Whether through virtual tours, information sessions, or campus visits (if feasible), take advantage of opportunities to learn more about different institutions and envision yourself as part of their academic community.
  4. European Deadlines: For those eyeing universities in Europe, be mindful of application deadlines that may fall in March or shortly thereafter. Each country and institution may have varying deadlines, so ensure you’re well-informed and submit your applications in a timely manner.
  5. March Deadlines for Some US Universities: It’s worth noting that while many US universities have earlier deadlines, some institutions like John Cabot University, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Dayton still accept applications with deadlines in March. If you’re considering applying to these schools, be sure to check their specific deadlines and requirements.

As we navigate these exciting times, remember that I am available to offer guidance, support, and resources. For more personalised guidance and support with your university application journey, contact me to discuss how I can provide tailored assistance to help you navigate the application process.