Nicole Lentine guest hosts this episode of Admissions Live with Ashley Gunn, Admissions Counselor at University of Vermont. Tune in as they discuss tips and tricks for identifying non-cognitive values in applicants, an important professional skill.
Taken from the live broadcast, September 17, 2013.
Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:
- Overall reading process
- Importance of each piece of the application
- Qualities to look for in an applicant
- Defining non-cognitive skills
- Identifying characteristics that you are looking for
- How low are you willing to go?
- How are qualities demonstrated in an application?
- How do students demonstrate their ability to be successful?
- Concerns about a student academics
… and more
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