UCAS - St. Louis Secondary School Monaghan

Report
WELCOME TO
ST LOUIS
SECONDARY
SCHOOL
TALK ON OPTIONS FOR
FURTHER STUDY
4th OCTOBER 2012
WHAT IS AVAILABLE?
IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND in CAO
THERE ARE 48 COLLEGES OFFERING
MORE THAN 1,500 COURSES IN THE CAO ALONE
WHAT ELSE IS THERE?
•
PLCS/COLLEGES OF FURTHER ED
•
APPRENTICESHIPS
•
GARDA and DEFENCE FORCES
•
PRIVATE COLLEGES
UCAS
 OVER
51,000
COURSES IN UCAS
SYSTEM
 ALMOST
2,000 IRISH
STUDENTS TOOK UP
UCAS PLACES THIS
YEAR
UCAS COURSES
 UNIVERSITIES
AND COLLEGES IN UKENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES.
 ULSTER
UNIVERSITY AND QUEENS IN
NORTHERN IRELAND.
 SOCIAL
WORK COURSES IN COLLEGES
OF FURTHER EDUCATION.
WHO SHOULD APPLY to UCAS?
TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION
 COST
OF FEES ( £6,000-£9,000 NI £3,500- £4,000)
 WILLINGNESS TO GO ABROAD
 GETTING HOME
 INTERVIEWS /EXTRA TESTS
 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS HIGH FOR MANY COURSES. For
example NORTHERN IRELAND 5 Hons. AT LEAST.
5
COURSES
OR
 FOUR COURSES IF
APPLYING TO MEDICINE,
DENTISTRY, VETERINARY
MEDICINE, VETERINARY
SCIENCE (15TH
OCTOBER)
 EXTRA TEST ie UKCAT
UCAS
 STUDENTS
MUST BE CONSISTENT IN
TYPES OF COURSES
 STUDENTS
PAY & SEND UCAS FORM
ONLINE TO UCAS BY 26th OCT.
 REFEREE WILL COMPLETE REFERENCE
BY GOING TO UCAS SITE AFTER
STUDENT HAS SENT FORM TO UCAS
PERSONAL STATEMENT UCAS
(SOME COLLEGES OF F.E. ALSO REQUIRE PS)
 WHY
YOU HAVE CHOSEN COURSES
 WHAT
INTERESTS YOU ABOUT COURSES
 CAREER
PLANS AFTER COURSE IS
COMPLETED
PERSONAL STATEMENT (cont.)
 ANY
INVOLVEMENT IN WORK PLACEMENT, PART TIME
WORK, VOLUNTARY WORK, SUMMER WORK
 YOUR
FUTURE PLANS
 YOUR
SOCIAL, SPORTS OR LEISURE INTERESTS
 SKILLS/QUALITIES
 ACADEMIC
INTERESTS
PERSONAL STATEMENT (CONT)
STUDENTS MUST SHOW HOW THEY HAVE
DEVELOPED SKILLS AND ABILITIES THROUGH
ACTIVITIES
MUST SHOW ENTHUASISM.
NURSING
 ALL
NURSING IN UK INCLUDING ULSTER
and QUEENS UNIVERSITY IS THROUGH
UCAS. ( QUEENS IS NO LONGER
SEPARATE)
 FUNDING(FEE) IS AVAILABLE FOR NURSING
IN UK
 ULSTER UNIVERSITY AND QUEENS HAVE
PROVIDED A BURSARY-UNDER REVIEW
 CHECK WITH THE COLLEGE
UCAS TARIFF POINTS
A1
90 H 39 O
LEAVING POINTS
BONUS
100 H
60 O
A2
77
26
90
50
25
B1
71
20
85
45
25
B2
64
14
80
40
25
B3
58
7
75
35
25
C1
52
70
30
25
C2
45
65
25
25
C3
39
60
20
25
D1
33
55
15
25
D2
26
50
10
25
D3
20
45
5
25
UCAS
 PAYMENT
£12
STERLING FOR
ONE COURSE
 £23
STERLING FOR
TWO OR MORE
COURSES
EXTRA TESTS FOR COURSES
For entry to some courses extra tests are needed:
• For example UKCAT for medicine (to become a
doctor only) and dentistry in the UK
• LNAT for some Law courses.
•
The HPAT-Ulster is required for those applying to
Speech and Language, Physiotherapy, Dietetics,
Radiography, Occupational Therapy and Podiatry
in Ulster University.
Cost £100 .Apply online up to 9thJan.Test 2nd Feb
Results late March 2013
H PAT ULSTER
•
CRITICAL REASONING
•
INTERPERSONAL UNDERSTANDING
•
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
UCAS
•
MAY BE CALLED FOR INTERVIEW FEB/MARCH
(some even before Christmas)
•
ONE TO FIVE OFFERS OR NO OFFER
•
CONDITIONAL ON RESULTS
•
ACCEPT ONE FIRM AND ONE INSURANCE OFFER
UCAS
 MAY
ACCEPT/REJECT OFFER AFTER
RESULTS COME OUT
 SEND
RESULTS TO COLLEGE OR PHONE
COLLEGE (even if not what was required)
 UCAS
INDEPENDENT OF CAO
ST MARY’S COLLEGE BELFAST
•OUTSIDE OF UCAS
•OFFERS COURSES IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
TEACHING
•SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHING
•LIBERAL ARTS DEGREE
ST MARY’S COLLEGE BELFAST
 SEPARATE
APPLICATION - NOW OPEN
 ONLINE.
COMPLETE ALL AT ONCE.
 PERSONAL
 NEED
STATEMENT.
A REFEREE.
 REFERENCE-
COLLEGE WILL WRITE TO THE SCHOOL
WHEN REFERENCE IS NEEDED.
 ASK
FOR APPLICATION IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS
NURSING IN QUEENS
 QUEENS
HAVE A DIPLOMA. A NON MEANS TESTED
BURSARY OF £4,000 –UNDER REVIEW
 QUEENS
NURSING –APPLY THROUGH UCAS
FEES IN THE UK UNIVERSITIES
• EACH UNI SETS ITS OWN FEES IN ENGLAND,
N.I. AND WALES -MUST NOT EXCEED £9,000
•NORTHERN IRELAND £3,465
• SCOTLAND- EU STUDENTS NO FEE
• APPLY TO SAAS(Student Awards Agency
Scotland)
•WALES –non – means tested tuition fee grant up
to £5535- in effect pay £3,465
• PAY UP FRONT OR TAKE OUT A TUITION FEE
LOAN
BURSARIES
•MANY UNIVERSITIES SET UP BURSARIES
FOR- ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT/SPORT
•OUR STUDENTS MAY NOT BE ELIGIBLE
FOR ALL OF THEM. NEED TO CHECK WITH
COLLEGE.
NHS BURSARIES
SOME PARAMEDICAL COURSES MAY STILL BE
COVERED BY THE NHS. YOU MUST CONTACT
COLLEGES
ULSTER UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DO NOT
HAVE TO PAY FEES FOR:
NURSING, PHYSIOTHERAPY, RADIOGRAPHY,
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY,
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY OR PODIATRY.
SCHOLARSHIP
•ULSTER UNIVERSITY HAVE AN ELITE ATHLETE
SCHEME.
•LOWER ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR
THOSE SUCCESSFUL.
•CLOSING DATE IN JAN
•FORM AVAILABLE ON LINE (need time to work on
it)
•APPLY DIRECT TO UU (Download form)
FEES IN COLLEGES OF FE. (NI)
•COURSES IN COLLEGES LIKE NORTH WEST
REGIONAL COLLEGE AND BELFAST METROPOLITAN
COLLEGE HAVE HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMAS &
FOUNDATION DEGREES.
•THESE COURSES INCUR FEES. THIS YEAR £2,200
IN BELFAST MET. AND £1,380 IN NWRC THIS MAY
INCREASE NEXT YEAR.
•OTHER COURSES DO NOT USUALLY INCUR FEES
EXCEPT FOR EXAMS AND SPECIALIST EQUIPMENT.
THIS TOO MAY CHANGE.
COLLEGES OF FE/HE IN
NORTHERN IRELAND
 NATIONAL
CERTIFICATE
 BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA OR HND
 FOUNDATION DEGREES
 APPLICATION IS DIRECTLY TO COLLEGE
 SOCIAL WORK THROUGH UCAS
FEES IN COLLEGES OF FE IN NI.
 COURSES
LIKE HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY THERAPY
CAN BE EXPENSIVE BECAUSE OF THE KITS NEEDED
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
 NEW
QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK
 NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL
WAY OF
MEASURING ALL QUALIFICATIONS
 LEAVING
 HIGHER
CERT IS AT LEVEL 4 AND LEVEL 5
CERTIFICATE(LEVEL 6)
 ORDINARY
(L7) AND HON DEGREE(L8)
NATIONAL FRAMEWORK
CAO
 48
COLLEGES
 OVER
1,500 COURSES
WHAT IS IN THE CAO?
ALL COURSES IN THE UNIVERSITIES AND THE
INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY.
MOST OF THE COURSES in UNIVERSITIES ARE LEVEL
8 ie COMMERCE, NURSING, MEDICINE, LAW, ARTS,
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (WITH SOME
EXCEPTIONS ie DENTAL NURSING)
IN THE INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY THERE ARE
LEVEL 6, 7, and 8 (ladder system exists)
HIGHER CERT., ORDINARY DEGREE AND HONOURS
DEGREE.
NURSING
 IN
REP OF IRELAND ALL NURSING IS THROUGH
LEVEL 8 HONS DEGREE SECTION OF CAO
 Choice
of
General, Psychiatric,
Intellectual Disability,
Children’s and General combined and
Midwifery
CAO Application is on line or by paper
application-opens 5 November
On line is the preferred method
Cost is €25 if application is in by 20th Jan
€40 on line or paper by 1st Feb 2013
Have the option of paying by credit card or
in the bank with a fee payment form
Form available on request from CAO
CAO
 CHOOSE
 CHANGE
 FURTHER
 CHANGING
UP TO TEN
COURSES FROM LEVEL 8
(HIGHER DEGREE)
TEN COURSES
FROM LEVEL 6/7
(ORDINARY
DEGREE/HIGHER
CERTIFICATE)
OF MIND 1ST
JULY 2013 AT 5.15PM
OF MIND ON
COURSES CANCEL OUT
YOUR PREVIOUS LIST OF
COURSES
CAO
RESTRICTED COURSES
MUST BE INCLUDED IN
LISTS BY 1ST FEBRUARY
Band
90-100
Grades
A1
Higher
100
Ord
60
Bonus
25
85-89
A2
90
50
25
80-84
B1
85
45
25
75-79
B2
80
40
25
70-74
B3
75
35
25
65-69
C1
70
30
25
60-64
C2
65
25
25
55-59
C3
60
20
25
50-54
D1
55
15
25
45-49
D2
50
10
25
40-44
D3
45
5
25
CAO
•
6 BEST SUBJECTS in LC COUNT FOR
POINTS
•
THEY THEN LOOK AT DAUGHTER’S LIST
AND OFFER HER THE COURSE HIGHEST
IN HER PREFERENCES FOR WHICH SHE
HAS POINTS
•
SHE MAY GET ONE ON THE LEVEL 8 AND
ONE ON LEVEL 6/7 LIST
•
SHE ACCEPTS OR REJECTS THE OFFERS
KEEPING ONLY ONE
These are the applicants for CK101 Arts in CORK
UCC
The examination results have not yet been released,
so these applicants are in no particular order.
We are going to trace the progress of the applicant
marked in red.
Applicants are placed in a queue for each course they
applied for, their position in the queue is determined
by their points. The applicant with the highest points is
placed at the top of the queue. The points achieved by
the applicant in red determines her position in the
queue for each course she applied to.
The applicants marked in green have enough points to be
offered places.
The applicant marked in red has enough points for her
second preference.
CAO
 IN
ROUND 2 EVEN IF THE OTHER OFFERS
WERE ACCEPTED OR REJECTED SHE MAY
GET A FURTHER OFFER IN EACH LIST
(provided she has not already been offered
her 1st choice)
 AGAIN
IT CAN BE ACCEPTED OR REJECTED
AT THIS STAGE
 MUST
BE AROUND TO ATTEND TO THESE
DECISIONS
 OFFER
LAPSES AFTER A CERTAIN TIME
DECIDING ON COURSES IN CAO
 STUDENT
PUTS DOWN THE COURSE THEY REALLY
WANT FIRST, THEN CONTINUE IN ORDER OF
PREFERENCE
 IF
CAO OFFERS STUDENT HER FIRST CHOICE STUDENT
WILL NOT GET ANY MORE OFFERS AT THIS LEVEL.
IT IS VITAL THAT EACH STUDENT HAS A BACK
UP IN HER APPLICATION
MOST COURSES CAN BE ACCESSED IN AN
ALTERNATIVE WAY.
WHILE IT MAY BE A LONGER ROUTE, IF IT IS
WHAT THE STUDENT WANTS IT MAY BE WORTH
THE WAIT.
TUITION FEES
•
NO TUITION FEES AT PRESENT
•
REGISTRATION FEE IN EACH COLLEGE/UNI
€2,288(DCU) €2,250(UCD)
COLLEGES OF F.E. HAVE REGISTRATION
FEES
€200 gov. levy introduced on P.L.C.
courses
RANGE FROM €350 – €800 DEPENDING
ON COURSE STUDIED
•Exempt if entitled to student grant
FEES IN THE CAO
•
FEES APPLY IF A STUDENT CHANGES
COURSE OR HAS A REPEAT YEAR
•
FEES ALSO APPLY IN PRIVATE COLLEGES
•
THERE ARE TAX ALLOWANCES FOR SOME
COURSE FEES IN APPROVED PRIVATE
COLLEGES
FEES IN PRIVATE COLLEGES
 DUBLIN
BUSINESS SCHOOL FEES €5,200-€5,700
 GRIFFITH COLLEGE FEES €4,950-5,950
 SOME COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREES ARE
PARTLY FUNDED BY DES. BUT €2,000 STILL
PAYABLE
 TAX RELIEF IS ALLOWABLE AT LOWER RATE
(INFORMATION FROM REVENUE)
SOME COURSES ARE ACCREDITED BY ENGLISH
UNIVERSITIES. ie LAW AND BUSINESS
MANAGEMENT IN DBS.
MONTESSORI TEACHING
AMI COLLEGE
•
APPLICATION TO THE COLLEGE
•
RECOGNISED BY DES FOR TEACHING OF SPECIAL
NEEDS
•
CAN DO UP TO DEGREE LEVEL
•
FEES LAST YEAR €5,300- € 5,500
ST NICHOLAS IS ALSO A MONTESSORI
COLLEGE WHERE FEES ARE €5,610
HOWEVER STUDENTS CAN FOLLOW A
COURSE IN MONTESSORI IN A COLLEGE
OF FURTHER EDUCATION WHERE FEES
ARE ONLY CHARGED FOR EXAMS
TWO SUPPLEMENTARY ADMISSION ROUTES TO
HIGHER EDUCATION
•DARE
DISABILITY ACCESS ROUTE TO EDUCATION.
•HEAR
HIGHER EDUCATION ACCESS ROUTE FOR THOSE
FROM SOCIO-ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED
BACKGROUNDS
Disability Access Route to Education DARE
Not all colleges participate in scheme.
Some of the disabilities eligible for consideration are:
ADD/ADHD
DYSPRAXIA
PHYSICAL disability
DYSLEXIA
HEALTH CONDITIONS
Students must apply to the CAO by the 1st Feb. They then
complete the DARE application SIF (supplementary
information form) by 1st March
www.accesscollege.ie
Hear and Dare clinics nationwide 12th Jan
2013-Glencarn, Castleblayney
Better Options in DCU 30th Nov. 10.30-2.00
DARE continued
They will also need a Personal statement
and a Psychological report not less than 3
years old or verification from a medical
consultant.
Documentation in by 1st April
Outside of the scheme there are colleges
who assist students with disabilities.They
must complete the SIF form
HEAR
HIGHER EDUCATION ACCESS ROUTE
NOT ALL COLLEGES PARTICIPATE IN THE SCHEME.
SCHOOL LEAVERS FROM SOCIO- ECONOMICALLY
DISADVANTAGED BACKGROUNDS.
SOME OF THE INDICATORS:
• INCOME LIMIT £48,811 (LESSS THAN 4 DEPENDENTS)
• MEDICAL CARD/OR GP VISIT CARD
• RECEIVE MEANS TESTED SOCIAL WELFARE PAYMENT
• AREA PROFILE- YOUR AREA IS CONSIDERED
DISADVANTAGED
HEAR
•
SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUP(OCCUPATION AND STATUS
OF PARENTS)
STUDENTS MUST MEET SOME BUT NOT ALL.
MUST APPLY TO CAO BY 1ST FEB.
MUST COMPLETE HEAR APPLICATION BY 1ST MARCH
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION NEEDED BY 1ST APRIL
2013
PHOTOCOPY DOCUMENTS
OBTAIN CERTIFICATE OF POSTAGE WHEN SENDING
DOCUMENTS
Advantage of applying to
HEAR and DARE
•
•
•
•
Reduced points
Extra college support ie extra tuition
Financial assistance when available(DARE)
Each student is screened and will be
notified in late June of the outcome
MAINTENANCE GRANTS
 STUDENT
UNIVERSAL SUPPORT
IRELAND(SUSI)
 APPLY
TO SUSI FOR BOTH THE UNIVERSITES
and INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY
 MEANS
THIS
TESTED
YEAR CLOSING DATE 31st
AUGUST 2011
MAINTENANCE GRANTS
 IF
STUDENT IS ELIGIBLE FOR GRANT
THEY CAN USE IT IN UK FOR CERTAIN
COURSES.
 County
Council only handles
applications for ‘renewal students –
i.e.those in the system prior to this
year
GRANT LEVELS
The Rate of grant varies. Depends on number of
dependent children and will be based on the income
for the tax year 2012
• The amount for level 1 IN 2012/13
€755 (adj €305)
• The Amount for level 6: € 5915 (adj. €2,375)
• In the last budget there was a reduction of 4% in all
grants and the adjacent distance was increased to 45
kilometres
Monaghan town is 52.63 kl from Dundalk and 48.44kl
from Cavan.
•
2012 Figures 3rd Level Grant
Reckonable Income Limits
Income
<4 children
Allowance
€0-22,703
100% of registration
paid
€ 55,920
€ 50% registration
paid
Information on Finance can be
obtained on the new website:
WWW.STUDENTFINANCE.IE.
This site has information on grants
and scholarships available to students
OTHER GRANTS AVAILABLE
 SPORTS
SCHOLARSHIPS some
will have reduced entry
requirements. Need to check
early as the application form
needs work
 SCHOLARSHIP ON ACADEMIC
ACHIEVEMENT
 SIPTU OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS
TO MEMBERS
 €1,000 NUI MAYNOOTH AND
DCU SCHOLARSHIP IF OVER
500 POINTS
 NAUGHTON FOUNDATION
CHANGES TO ENTRY TO MEDICINE
IN ROI
STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN AT LEAST 480 POINTS
IN THE LC AND HAVE REQUIRED SUBJECTS AT
ONE SITTING.
MUST DO HPAT-IRELAND. IT WILL TAKE PLACE ON
2 March 2013 –Results late June
REGISTRATION- opens early November www.hpatireland.acer.edu.au results valid for 2 Years. COST
€115 (includes practice test with worked solutions)
MUST HAVE CAO NUMBER
Points will be awarded on result of test.
Max 300 for Hpat
They will be added to LC points.
Points above 550 LC will only be awarded
one for every 5. ie max.560
625 Points would be 565
570 points would be 554
EUNICAS
An independent support service set up to facilitate Irish
and UK students who wish to study in Europe
European University Central Application
Support Service
FURTHER ED. COURSES
 1,400
CENTRES OFFER
COURSES
 ENTRY
USUALLY 5/6
PASSES IN LEAVING
CERT or LCA
 LEAD
TO EMPLOYMENT
OR FURTHER STUDY IN
INSTITUTES OF TECH
COURSES IN COLLEGES of FE
RANGE FROM:
ACCOUNTING,
DRAMA,
BUSINESS
HORTICULTURE,
SPORT
TOURISM,
SOCIAL CARE,
SCIENCE,
SECRETARIAL,
CHILDCARE,
BEAUTY,
HAIRDRESSING,
AUCTIONEERING,
NURSING STUDIES
ELECTRONICS,
ART
COMPUTING,
RECREATION,, ETC.
MUSIC
ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTING
•
APPLY DIRECTLY TO COLLEGE
FAILTE IRELAND (CERT)
TRAINING BODY FOR TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
• PROFESSIONAL COOKERY
• BARTENDING
• RESTAURANT SKILLS
• TOURISM SKILLS
• TRAVEL AGENCY SKILLS
• ACCOMMODATION SKILLS
• RECEPTION/FRONT OFFICE SKILLS
• HOSPITALITY SKILLS
• HOTEL AND CATERING MANAGEMENT
• SUPERVISOR DEVELOPMENT
FAILTE IRELAND
•
Most Applications are through the
CAO now.
•
There are a few courses called
Earn and Learn
•
These are in the culinary and
management areas.
ACCOMMODATION
•BELFAST ROOMS RANGE FROM ABOUT £68£97 PER WEEK
•DCU CAMPUS €4,048-€4,234
•TCD CAMPUS €4,231-€5,061
•UCD CAMPUS €3,808-€5,324
•DUNDALK IT. €3,400
•SLIGO IT €50-€76
IF THERE IS NO OFFER?
 VACANT/AVAILABLE
PLACES IN CAO
 UCAS
EXTRA &
CLEARING IN UCAS
 MAY
BE OTHER
COURSES AVAILABLE IN
PRIVATE COLLEGES and
PLCS
Destination of Leaving Certs 2012
Universities
NUI Galway, Maynooth,U.C.D
Trinity, DCU, NCAD
Colaiste Mhuire Marino
St. Patrick’s,Drumcondra
St.Angela’s, Sligo
R.C.S.I.
Institutes of Technology
DKIT, Sligo I.T.,D.I.T., LKIT,GMIT,
Limerick
Colleges of Further Education
MIFET,
Cavan College of Further Ed.
O’Fiaich Colege,Dundalk
Northern Ireland
UU-Jordanstown
Coleraine
Queens
St Mary’s
North West
Regional College
U.K.
Wales
London
Aberdeen
WHAT SHOULD THE STUDENT DO?
 LOOK
AT ALL OPTIONS
 EXAMINE
IN DETAIL ANY COURSE THAT THEY PUT ON
THE APPLICATION
 CHECK
OTHER ROUTES INTO THEIR FAVOURED
CAREER
A
LADDER OR ALTERNATIVE IS USUALLY AVAILABLE
STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY
 IT
IS THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLETE
THEIR OWN FORM AND TO HAVE IT IN ON TIME
 EACH
STUDENT MUST MAKE SURE THEY HAVE THEIR
LIST IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. IT IS TOO LATE IN
AUGUST TO CHANGE THE PREFERENCE.
 WE
ARE HERE TO HELP.
Where to get information
 Prospectus
and Open Days
 Websites like
 www.cao.ie
 www.ucas.com
 www.careersportal.ie
 www.qualiifax.ie
 www.accesscollege.ie
 Professional websites.
 Guidance Counsellor
Leaving Certificate Results 2012
16%
students > 500 points
49% students > 400 points
74% students > 300 points
Leaving Certificate Results 2012
 MATHS
 35%
sat Higher Level (22% in 2011)
 83% achieved Grade C or higher
 83% National Average – Grade C or higher
 ENGLISH
 81%
achieved Grade C or higher
 76% National Average – Grade C or higher
 IRISH
 98%
achieved Grade C or higher
 87% National Average – Grade C or higher
WHAT SHOULD PARENTS DO?
 SUPPORT
 ENCOURAGE
 LISTEN
 HELP
TO WHAT THEY WANT
THEM RESEARCH
WHAT SHOULD PARENTS DO?
•
Help them find out about careers
•
Talk to friends and students already in college.
•
Check entry requirements and what they
study in the course.
•
Encourage them to have a balance between
study, healthy diet, exercise, fresh air and
rest.
AT OFFER TIME
 CAN
BE VERY
STRESSFUL
 RING
THE SCHOOL
FOR APPOINTMENT
 GOOD
LUCK!

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