You're ready to start working on your generating your School Profile to upload to Cialfo and send with student’s applications! Let’s look at how to generate reports with information you may want to include. 

*Tip: The National Association for College Admission Counseling has a great database to guide your school in creating a School Profile. 

There are three reports you may want to use. All reports can be generated from the Reports section in the left menu in your account. 

Update Your Class of 2020 Application and Decision Data

A lot can happen over the summer after graduation. Spend some time going into your Class of 2020 application data and making any adjustments for final decisions, updates on waitlist decisions and UCAS offers, etc. before running the acceptance and matriculation reports below.

Acceptances: Applications by College Report

To generate a report of acceptances, find Applications by College, select the Graduation Years you want included in this report, click Run and once ready, download the report on the right. 

The file downloaded will include a lot of information since each school likes to use this report differently. Notice that this report not only includes the college name, but also the region of the college. 

Sort the report by Column J (Result) and then by Column A (College Name) to get a complete list of acceptances for the Graduation Years selected. The report can also be sorted by region (column B) if your school identifies acceptances by region.

Matriculations: College Matriculation Report

To generate a report of matriculations, find College Matriculation, select the Graduation Years you want included in this report, click Run to run and once ready, download the report on the right. 

Student Testing Data: Test Ranges

To generate a report of SAT and ACT averages or middle 50% scores, find the Test Range report, select the Graduation Years you want included in this report, click Run and once ready, download and review. If a student has taken multiple SAT or ACT tests, this report will pull the highest score recorded per student. 

**Additionally, if a school does not want to include scores for students who have left before graduation (ex: a student who left at the end of grade 11), the Personal section of a student’s profile has a button for "Did not graduate.” By selecting this button in the student’s profile, the student’s scores will be excluded from the report.

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