On Thursday, October 22, the PGIA College Counseling Department of Chris Teare and Elizabeth Elger held an informative and engaging evening giving parents and students a view behind the curtain of college admissions. Attendees were split into five different sub-admission committees for a fictional university. Everyone read four students' applications and were tasked with admitting two, wait-listing one, and denying one. A lively and spirited discussion ensued about the true tenants of a solid college application and how one determines the "best fit" for an institution. Interestingly enough, the student with the highest standardized test scores and highest grade point average wasn't among the ones accepted! Chris and Elizabeth would like to thank all of the attendees, and they look forward to another mock admission session in the spring! Any and all questions about college counseling, please direct to Elizabeth Elger at firstname.lastname@example.org.