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so to give you a sort of a big picture of what will be presented to a college from the student from your point of view as a student you'll be submitting an application that application will have in it you know biographical information your extracurricular activities essays that you've written basically giving an overview who you are and what you're doing but there'll also be lots of other information that's submitted that an admissions office will use from your high school they will submit a transcript with your grades and and and courses you've taken hopefully they'll send along a profile that sort of details that school and give some information about the school you're in and there also will be probably a guidance counselor a college counsel letter of recommendation a lot of schools also require one or potentially two letters of recommendation from teachers so that that could possibly be in the file as well you'll also if the school requires any kind of standardized testing from SAT a CT potentially ap or IB scores those sorts of things they could be in the in your file as well you may be required to do an interview for that school and they're also opportunity to submit if you have special talents and things like the arts theatre music athletics there may be special ways to submit samples of your work to also be evaluated so in general I would say most selective in the highly selective schools are going to put the most emphasis on your program in grades number one just to make sure they feel you can do the work at their school how they use the rest of those components will vary greatly by school