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From Vietnam to TOP universities: Navigating Recent Changes in Admissions Processes Webinar!

Are you fully aware of how universities are adjusting their admissions procedure? Join Crimson Online Webinar that's tailor-made for ambitious students like YOU and learn everything you need to know to submit your strongest possible applications for top US/UK universities!


Thursday, May 05, 2022

Free Webinar

via Zoom
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Navigating recent changes in admissions processes

The US admission process continues to change. For instance, the SAT subject tests have already been completely cancelled last year. In January 2022, it was announced that the main SAT exam is also beginning to move to a digital format.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Up-to-date admission statistics in 2021-2022.
  • What trends do we observe, how they will affect the chances of admission of applicants
  • How exam requirements have changed
  • What should you focus on in your application?

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Meet the Former Admissions Officer at Johns Hopkins University

Jeremy Parks

US Strategy Consultant

👩‍🎓 Jeremy graduated from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with dual Bachelor’s in History and American Culture. He also earned a Master’s in Educational Leadership & Policy while focusing his graduate school research on education technology as a tool to aid struggling students.

After completing graduate school, he moved to Baltimore, Maryland to work as an Admissions Officer at Johns Hopkins University.

Bringing to Crimson his experience in highly selective admissions and student support services, he is excited to share the transformative power of education and assist students in achieving their highest goals in the admissions process.

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