Self-Survey for the College-Bound

This worksheet is from College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the School for You, Dr. Antonoff’s how-to guide for students and parents. In this self-survey, students rate 80 short statements about their educational attitudes, goals, and perspectives. As they score their responses, students will gain a clearer sense of their learning style, enthusiasm for school, independence, career orientation, and much more.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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College Planning Values Assessment

This worksheet was developed by Dr. Antonoff to supplement those included in College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, his how-to guide for students and parents. Because every young person has different reasons for going to college, this form asks students to consider 11 core reasons or values most important to teens as they think about college. For students, defining the values that matter to them is an essential first step in identifying colleges where they can best fit in and thrive.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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Self-Knowledge Questionnaire

This worksheet was developed by Dr. Antonoff to supplement those included in College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, his how-to guide for students and parents. The questionnaire prompts students to take at honest look at their personality and preferences and then suggests ways to build on their strengths and overcome weakness as they proceed through the college selection process.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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Qualities That Will Make A College Right For You

This worksheet is from College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, Dr. Antonoff’s how-to guide for students and parents. How can young people create a college list without truly knowing what they want in a college? This worksheet helps students identify what they want by ranking 15 qualities that characterize universities and colleges.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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Activities/Experiences Record

This worksheet is from College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, Dr. Antonoff’s how-to guide for students and parents. Many types of honors and extracurricular activities are worth noting on a college application, and not all of them are “official.” The Activities/Experiences Record spurs students to remember and reconsider how they have spent their high school years.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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College Visit Worksheet

This worksheet is similar to the one in College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, Dr. Antonoff’s how-to guide for students and parents. Visiting a campus helps students visualize the match between their interests and the qualities offered by the college. But not all visits are productive. It is up to the student to go behind the weather the day of the visit and the likeability (or lack thereof) of the tour guide. Productive visits involve several hours on campus and lots of discussions with students. This worksheet can help keep track of the features that make a particular college a good fit.

In addition to this worksheet, a dozen more forms and surveys to help young people in their college planning can be found in College Match, a step-by-step approach to helping students define what they want in a college and discover schools where they can be happy and successful.

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