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What are the steps in the admissions process?

Once you apply, you will work directly with an assigned admissions specialist. There are 2 routes in the admissions process:

Route 1:

1. Submit application (parts 1 & 2, takes ~5 minutes to complete)

2. Admissions Survey: Consists of 20 questions (given 60 minutes to complete it), assessing logical reasoning and pattern recognition skills. The survey is not based on a pass or fail grading system.

3. Non-Technical Interview: If the student receives a high score on the admissions survey, they are invited to complete a virtual non-technical interview through our SparkHire platform.

4. Enrollment: Upon successfully passing the non-technical interview, they will be able to enroll. If the student is doing the deferred plan, they must sign their DocuSign enrollment package within 7 days from getting accepted (students will have less than 7 days to sign if they are doing a cohort that begins sooner than 7 days from the date they are accepted). If the student has selected the upfront plan, the first half of the payment ($5,000) is due 7 days after acceptance and the second half of the payment ($15,000) is due 1 week prior to their cohort starting. 

Route 2:

1. Submit application (parts 1 & 2, takes ~5 minutes to complete)

2. Admissions Survey: Consists of 20 questions (given 60 minutes to complete it), assessing logical reasoning and pattern recognition skills. The survey is not based on a pass or fail grading system.

3. Code-Along Project: If the admissions survey demonstrates the need to further assess the student's technical abilities, then they will be sent a 4-hour code along project. For the project, the student will be asked to create a flash card app using basic HTML, CSS, and Javascript. It will take 4 hours on average to complete. While the project itself is not based on a pass or fail grading system, you will need to pass the 10 question code-along project quiz when you submit your project, in order to proceed to the next step. 

4. Non-Technical Interview: Upon successfully passing the code-along project quiz, the student will be invited to complete a virtual non-technical interview through our SparkHire platform.

5. Enrollment: Upon successfully passing the non-technical interview, they will be able to enroll. If the student is doing the deferred plan, they must sign their DocuSign enrollment package within 7 days from getting accepted (students will have less than 7 days to sign if they are doing a cohort that begins sooner than 7 days from the date they are accepted). If the student has selected the upfront plan, the first half of the payment ($5,000) is due 7 days after acceptance and the second half of the payment ($15,000) is due 1 week prior to their cohort starting. 

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