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Name Planning Ahead: Admissions and Testing Strategies for the Class of 2023 and Beyond
Date Dec 2 (Thu)
8:00pm EST / 5:00pm PST
Duration: 1h 00m
Location Online
Speaker

Jed Applerouth

Speaker

Ginger Fay

Speaker

Sarbeth Fleming

Description

Most colleges adopted a test optional policy during the height of the pandemic, but can students currently in 10th or 11th grade expect the same policies will apply to them? If the SAT and ACT won't be optional, when is the right time to start prep? If colleges remain test optional for the most part, how can you use standardized testing to your advantage? Come and learn the best strategies for students in the Class of 2023 and beyond when it comes to standardized testing and college admissions.

Meet the Speakers:

Sarbeth Fleming has over 20 years of experience on many different points on the educational spectrum. She currently serves as the Associate Dean of Admission at Emory University and serves on the Board of Directors for SACAC. She attained a B.A. in Political Science (magna cum laude) from Winston-Salem State University and both a J.D. in Law and an M.A. in African American Studies from The Ohio State University. In her previous work experience, Fleming has held many positions in the college admissions field, including the Associate Dean of Admission and Financial Aid/Director of Multicultural Admission at Davidson College, the Associate Director of Admissions at U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Director of Admissions (MBA) at Clark Atlanta University, and the Assistant Director of Admissions at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. After spending most of her time on the college side, Fleming wanted to venture to the high school aspect of college counseling. She was the Associate Director of College Counseling and a History professor at The Westminster Schools for seven years.

Dr. Jed Applerouth is a teacher and an educational innovator. A Nationally Certified Counselor with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Jed has researched student cognition, memory, test anxiety, and motivation. As a result, he has developed a highly original and effective method for preparing students to excel in school, on standardized tests, and beyond.

Ginger Fay has 25 years of college admissions and counseling experience. She has worked in Undergraduate Admissions at Duke and Emory, College Counseling at Phillips Academy and The New School, and as Alumni Director at Sidwell Friends School. A "Double Dukie," Ginger was an Independent Educational Consultant for 13 years.

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