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The college admissions process involves terminology you might not encounter anywhere else. Use this online glossary to get up to speed on key admissions words and phrases.
The Final Secondary School Report is a form that is submitted by your high school counselor and typically summarizes your academic performance through the end of your senior year of high school.
Summary statement of sources of financial aid as determined by the Dartmouth Financial Aid Office.
A gap year is a period between completing high school and starting college, during which a student may choose to work, travel, participate in research, or another endeavor.
A program facilitated the week before fall classes begin, designed to help new students navigate their transition to Dartmouth.
As you complete your high school experience, we expect you to maintain the academic and personal records that we read in your.
Dartmouth requires standardized testing scores as part of your application.
The writing supplement includes questions specific to Dartmouth that help the Admissions Committee gain a better sense of how Dartmouth and you might be a good “fit” for each other.