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College Prep Seminar: Brian Li

This year, the Milwaukee Chinese Community Center (MCCC)  annual College Prep Seminar was hosted on Sunday, May 21st. Four high school seniors and one college freshman attended to share their experiences and their advice for the application process. Summaries are included below for your perusal; a full video of the seminar can be found at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1277421599042917/.
Congratulations to these students for their great achievements!
Youth Section Editor: Janie Xue
Chinese Community Center (MCCC)  annual College Prep Seminar was hosted on Sunday, May 21st. Four high school seniors and one college freshman attended to share their experiences and their advice for the application process. Summaries are included below for your perusal; a full video of the seminar can be found at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1277421599042917/.
Congratulations to these students for their great achievements!
Youth Section Editor: Janie Xue
Brian Li
Parents: Kaien Li (Father), Junnan Li (Mother). YLA Involvement: General Chair, Culture Booth 2016-2017.
A student of Brookfield Central High School, who was admitted to Washington University in St. Louis, UC-Berkeley, UCLA, University of Notre Dame, UW-Madison, UM-Twin Cities, Case Western Reserve, and Georgetown. He will attend Washington University in St. Louis in the fall.

In high school, it is important to budget your time and try new things to see what you like. Explore a wide variety of clubs and then narrow down what you like. Make sure to start on your essays early in order to reduce stress. For the “Why are you applying here?” essay question, I would recommend researching the school’s specific programs, classes, and clubs. Interviews are very similar to this essay question, where it is important to know the college well. For letters of recommendation, choose teachers who know you well and who you know well. Don’t ask too many teachers, read over the letters if you can, and don’t be afraid to ask for improvements.

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