FAQ 2017-11-11T01:41:06+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions


There are definitely students who start the college preparation process much earlier, but we also have students who reach out to us in their senior year of high school. Junior Scramble’s focus is to help guide high school juniors with the remaining time available. Our deadline to work with any high school junior is February 10 and we require all students to complete all their sessions by June 30.


Yes, but you won’t be able to do so with Junior Scramble. We’re specifically designed for 11th grade students. Senior year is primarily revolved around college applications and essays as there is limited time for development and growth. If you would like to get started in 12th grade, please refer to our sister company Senior Procrastination Package ™ 


Yes! Our services are designed to be completed by the end of junior year (or June 30) for 11th grade students. However, we have optional services that are fully customizable to help students with as much/little help in regards to the college application process, support with college essays, or other areas of interest.


No, but we have an exclusive partnership with The Princeton Review through our parent company (Premiere Prep Inc.). Junior Scramble families will have access to our corporate discount for various test prep options along with free full-length practice exams for either the SAT or ACT (based upon availability).