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CCMR - College. Career. Military. READY.

Please click here for the "live" version of the CCMR sheet. 

College Checklist  + NCAA Info for Seniors

 

It’s Senior Season (Printable Version)

 

College Applications: 

If you are applying to in-state schools, you can complete the ApplyTexas application that allows you to apply to most Texas schools in one general application!  This makes applying much easier and saves time!  For out of state schools (and a few Texas Private Colleges), you will want to use the Common Application.  This is the same as ApplyTexas but it's for out of state schools!       

 

 

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Transcripts: See the transcript tab

 

Letters of Recommendation: See the Recommendation Letter tab

 

FAFSA & TASFA: See the Financial Aid tab

 

Naviance  College Research:

  1. Click on the colleges tab and view the choices under college research.
  2. Use SuperMatch college search to search for college by specific search criteria, including Location, Majors, Scores, Tuition, etc. Explore the site by entering your specific filters.
  3. Use college match to view colleges looking for students who have similar GPA's and test scores as you. Scroll down to view a list of colleges that have accepted students like you.
  4. Use college compare to compare your GPA and standardized test scores to averages students accepted by certain colleges. If you only have a PSAT score, this is converted into an equivalent SAT score for comparison purposes.
  5. Use college resources to view directories for more information about College Search, Test Prep, Financial Aid, College Athletics and the Military.
  6. Use college maps to view maps of colleges that have accepted our students, colleges where our students are attending, and the top 20 most popular colleges where our students have applied.
  7. Use scattergrams to view a graph of how you compare to our students who have applied to a particular college over the last two years. The graph plots acceptance results by decision plan.
Not sure what you want to pursue after you graduate? Career assessments can help! A career test (also called a career aptitude test) is a series of questions that aim to help you learn more about yourself so you can discover which jobs mesh best with your personality, needs, and goals. They are a great resource to help guide your future plans!