Beyond College Admission

Higher Education has become a competitive market especially for high school students as the concept of "going to college" is almost ubiquitous. However, a college environment is widely unfamiliar until one experiences by him or herself. Even if one is admitted, new questions arise.

More than half of college students end up changing their majors at least once, which leads to extra costs and time. Some factors include uncertainty of choosing the right major, unpreparedness to pursue a specific major, lack of an accurate picture of the current field, lack of personal or professional network and guidance, etc.

Let's take UT Austin as one example. UT Austin has 40,163 undergraduate enrollment and more than 1,000 student organizations. Among 13 schools and colleges, McCombs School of Business, Cockrell School of Engineering, and School of Nursing are a few of the highly ranked programs.

Half of the students admitted have an SAT score between 1230 - 1480 or an ACT score of 27 - 33. This does not mean one is guaranteed to get in with the above average scores or get rejected with a below average scores. Moreover, this is not the only consideration needed to be taken into account while applying to a college.

When in doubt, start with this question: What distinguishes you from others? Start looking into what you want to do in college and plan ahead to be better adapted. At Yeon Education, we aim to help students clearly envision their college career and succeed in getting admitted to their desired institutions via Personalized College Admission Consulting Program. Anyone can book a complimentary 30 minute consultation. We highly recommend you to try because