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How do I make the most of virtual college tours?

Hey everyone! With COVID-19 still limiting in-person opportunities, I've been taking advantage of virtual college tours to learn more about the schools I'm interested in. However, I'm not sure if I'm getting as much out of these tours as I could be. What should I be looking for during these virtual tours, and are there any specific questions I should be asking? Thanks for any help you can provide!

9 months ago

Hi there! Virtual college tours can be a great resource when you can't visit the campus in person. While it's a different experience than being physically on campus, there are still many ways to get valuable information about the schools you're interested in. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of virtual college tours:

1. Take notes: Keep a notebook or digital document to jot down your impressions of each college, including anything that stands out to you about the campus, programs, or student life. This will be helpful when comparing schools later.

2. Research beforehand: Before each tour, do some research about the school so you have a better understanding of what makes it unique. This will help you know what specific questions to ask during the tour or Q&A session.

3. Engage with the tour guide: Don't be afraid to ask questions during the tour or in chat rooms if they're available. This can help you get a feel for the campus culture and the student experience.

4. Attend virtual events: Many colleges also offer virtual events, such as info sessions, webinars, or student panels. These can provide additional insight into the school and help you make a more informed decision.

Good luck with your college search!

9 months ago

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