Mock Admissions Day
Hey Mentor's most popular annual event is our Mock Admissions Day. We recognize that most students may not know what admission offices at universities are looking for. We created this FREE event to provide high school juniors with early insight so that you will be able to produce a stronger application in the fall of your senior year when you apply to colleges.
College Admissions Q&A with Kim Anh Tran
Mock Admissions Workshop
Fun activities and more!
How does it work?
When you attend our mock admissions event, you will fill out a short version of the UW application that will take about 20-30 minutes to complete at the event. Your responses will include enough information for Kim to assess how well you are prepared for selective universities such as UW. After attending our event, we will send you your results online about 3-4 weeks after the workshop. Results will show the strength of your application as well as a personalized list of recommendations catered to each student to suggests specific ways you can improve your chances of getting into top universities when you apply to colleges in the fall.
This year's workshop will be held at UW in the Nanoengineering and Sciences building in room NAN 181.
The annual UW Night Market will also be taking place at 5:30 PM this day, so feel free to stick around on campus afterwards!
Kim Anh Tran
Kim Anh Tran is a community leader, researcher, and advocate for minority populations in the greater Seattle community.
In 2020, she assumed the role of the Executive Director for Hey Mentor. As an academic adviser, she used her expertise to support students, help them navigate the college admissions process, and create events that catered to their needs. Working at the University of Washington led her to provide a variety of different perspectives when it came to understanding the college process. As a student, her background was in Public Health and Education, Learning, and Societies (ELS). She participated in environmental health research, student leadership in the Students of Color for Public Health (SCPH) organization, and was a peer health educator. She also sought out mentorship opportunities in the Washington Opportunity Scholars program, was a peer teaching assistant for undergraduate Chemistry courses, and was a bilingual education intern at Elementary Schools.
She has a range of skills from different internships, programs, and experiences that have cultivated who she is and is excited to serve as the Executive Director for Hey Mentor in this years Mock Admissions Day.
Image from Mock Admissions Day 2019