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Welcome to the Juniors community 🎉

This is a place to learn how other juniors are talking about college admissions.

There are a few easy ways to participate:

1. Get started by checking out our guidance page for juniors. Here you will find blog posts, upcoming livestreams, and videos to help you navigate the admissions process: https://www.collegevine.com/guidance

2. Create a new post — Create a discussion post to talk about college admissions, share tips, or ask for suggestions. Create a question post if you're looking for specific advice.

3. Help others by answering questions or joining a discussion.

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4 months ago

As then juniors are now rising seniors is there a new chat to join or will it just be renamed?

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4 months ago

Great question @DebaterMAX! We haven't made a decision on what we're going to do quite yet. We like the idea of grade specific communities on paper but haven't quite come up with a way to make them work as well as we would like. Once we decide on how to proceed we'll let you know!

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4 months ago

Maybe relabel the communities to Class of Insert grad year?

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4 months ago

Yep, that is something we have considered! Here's something to think about: what would you post in a grade specific community that you WOULDN'T post in Admissions Advice or another one of our Communities? Or another way to think about it is: are there specific things you think a grade specific community could answer for you/do better than our current Communities?

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4 months ago

What courses to take. And school stuff that indirectly impacts admission. And mental health related stuff and time management but I do fully understand the limited scope.

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