This is a back-to-school themed scavenger hunt game intended for Teenagers, and played other.
I created this scavenger hunt for a college fair that I am hosting at my high school. All students, grades 9-12 will use this during the fair.. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Speak with a college about the major you are interested in. List 3 courses you would need to take in your first year of that major. College & Major: Courses:
Speak with 2 different colleges about their admission requirements. What is their most important admission requirement? College & most important admission requirement: College & most important admission requirement:
Speak with a public university. Discuss some of the advantages of attending a public university versus a private one. College: 3 Advantages:
There are colleges at the fair that are NCAA Division 2 for sports. See if you can find at least one. Speak with them about what the major differences are between NCAA Division 1, 2, 3 sports. College & Sports Offered:
Find a liberal arts college and ask about its study abroad program. College: Study Abroad Notes:
Find 2 schools, 1 public and 1 private. What is the average class size? Public School Name: Average class Private School Name: Average class
Speak with an admissions representative from a school that is not in Coneecticut. Talk to them about housing and food on campus. College: Living on campus notes:
Find a school with a diverse student body. What types of student organizations are available? College: Organizations:
Speak with an admissions representative about financial aid. Fill in the information below. College: Cost to attend: Typical financial aid package: School-specific scholarships:
Find a college or university that you have never heard of and gather information about it. Write down what you like the most and least about the school. College/Location: Liked Most: Liked Least:
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