The Complete Guide to the College Admissions Process
Recorded Monday, July 18, 2022 at 10:00 PM
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About this livestream
Learn how the college admissions process works, what colleges are looking for in an applicant, what the overall process and timeline look like, and how things have changed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
The college admissions process is more competitive and complicated than ever, and the last two years have seen a lot of disruptions. Our founder Vinay Bhaskara will provide a comprehensive overview of college admissions, walking through how the admissions process works, the types of things that colleges want to see in a successful application, and the overall process and timeline that should be followed.
After the presentation, there will be a Q&A where Vinay will address any and all questions about college admissions and the application process.
University of Chicago
Vinay graduated with a 4.0 GPA and a 2400 (single sitting) on his SAT. Throughout his studies, Vinay genuinely enjoyed a wide range of subjects, ultimately leading him to take 19 AP exams (a school record), earning a score of 5 on all of them. In 2013, Vinay was named the State AP Scholar for the state of New Jersey, an award given to the one male and one female student in each U.S. state with scores of 3 or higher on the greatest number of AP Exams. He also scored perfectly on SAT subject tests in Math, Chemistry, US History, World Studies, and Biology. Vinay participated in a variety of clubs in high school such as Youth and Government, and Science Olympiad; however his main extracurricular passion was in aviation. He has spent six years working in the aviation industry, starting out as a lowly blogger and working his way up to become an analyst at an aerospace consultancy. His aviation analysis has been published by several publications such as Forbes, Business Insider, and Skift, and he has been quoted as an aviation expert in The Capital Forum, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal. He also published two ebooks on airline operations and co-hosted a podcast on Indian aviation. Separately, Vinay co-authored an SAT vocabulary book, drawing upon his extensive knowledge of the exam.