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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
From my experience, guidance counselors perform a great deal of duties to get students ready to leave high school and move to the next level. GC's have to make sure students are completeing a schedule of work that prepares them for college. They make sure that students are aware of deadlines and also important test dates. (SAT, ACT) GC's also set up college tours so students can visit and get a feel for college. GC's help with the college application process from beginning to end. They also give advice as to which schools to pick, which careers may be good for you and they may also help find funding. (scholarships) They may do a lot more but this is what I have witnessed guidance counselors helping out with.