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    Counselor Adjustment Reports - Understanding the Adjustment Reports

    These reports enable you to view all the adjustments made to student plans. Currently, College Kickstart has four Adjustment reports.

    In each report, counselors have the option to export data into an excel sheet or a PDF file.

    Please note the first time a report is open, it will take around 30 seconds to open as it is creating all the reports at once. This will enable you to open the other reports much more quickly.

    Adjustment Rate

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    The report enables the counselor to view the number of adjustments made per year and provides a percentage based on the number of students for that year.

    Adjustments by College

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    The Adjustment by College enables counselors to view the number of adjustments made depending on the school in which the students will be or are attending.

    In the example above, for the year 2019, there was one student who applied to “Abilene Christian University” and for some reason the counselor made adjustments. Counselors will also be able to view the percentage of the number of adjustments made to that particular year and school.

    Adjustments by Reason

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    The Adjustment by Reason report enables counselors to view the reason in which the adjustment was made. The report can be set up to see Application Type, Category, Counselors, List positions, Reason, Original Category.

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    Adjustment Detail

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    The Adjustment Details report combines all the previous reports into a big table. This includes a high-level statistical breakdown of Colleges, class, Reason, category, counselors, Students, scores, ranks, application types and List positions. Counselors can also change the order of the columns just by dragging the column. You are also able to remove or add certain fields you require or not just by clicking on the COLUMN VISIBILITY button.

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