For the high school seniors of the Class of 2021 and their parents, “uncertainty” has been the theme when it comes to the impending college admissions process.
“I have a lot of concerns about what the holistic review process will look like for the Class of 2021,” said Claudine Olsen, the mother of a rising high school senior in a New York City suburb.
“My daughter didn’t get the chance to sit for the SAT or ACT yet, and while she is signed up for three dates in the fall, I am worried they may be canceled or that she may not do her best under the circumstances if she has to wear a mask during the test. If she doesn’t have scores to submit but another student does, how does that impact my daughter’s chances of being admitted?” she asked.
“Our rising seniors will also be missing key activities and experiences they had planned on during the summer and school year, so…