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11th - Grade

Student Check-List 

Junior Checklist | EDFIN College Prep

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EDFIN College Prep

Key Decisions:

  1. Decision #4: SAT/ACT Practice, Practice, Practice Why your talent isn’t enough, and how to score better on the SAT, ACT that will take you to your dream school. 

  • Each student will be required to complete the SAT/ACT test through a testing agency. Students’ success in this area is dependent on each student’s commitment and consistent practice in studying and preparing for the tests. Various entities offer courses to prepare for the tests as well.  For more visit

To Do:

  • Take challenging classes in core academic subjects. Most colleges require four years of English, at least three years of social studies (history, civics, geography, economics, etc.) Three years of mathematics, and three years of science, and many require two years of a foreign language. Round out your course load with classes in computer science and the arts.

  • Ask your guidance counselor or teachers what Advanced Placement courses are available, whether you are eligible and how to enroll in the.

  • Use the U.S. Department of Labor’s career search tool to research your career options.

  • Start a list of your awards, honors, paid and volunteer work, and extracurricular activities. Whether you are eligible and how to enroll in them.


To Explore:



Parents List:

To Do:

  • Talk to your child about college plans as if he or she will definitely go to college.

  • Keep an eye on your child’s study habits and grades – stay involved.

  • Encourage your child to take Advanced Placement or other challenging classes.

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