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Solving the College Admissions Puzzle: Academics and Organization

Every year I work with students who have the primary goal of getting accepted to the college of their choice.  Regardless of what they plan to study or where they want to attend, it’s the admission piece that is the challenge?

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And they ask  many questions.  (Ok so maybe their parents do the asking!)

  • How high do my ACT or SAT scores need to be?
  • Aren’t some schools test optional now?
  • Is my GPA high enough?
  • Did I take enough AP or Honors courses?
  • What are the best extracurricular activities to participate in?
  • Where are the best schools the get financial aid?
  • How important are the college application essays?
  • and so on and so on…

To adress all of these issues… AND to help you get organized in the process… I have developed a concise workshop to help you to solve the college admissions puzzle.

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In addition to the questions above… I will also address ….

  • Concerned about the effect SAT / ACT have on the college admission process?
  • Do you know how do grades impact your college choices?\
  • Are you organized in your college search process?
  • Will you be ready to complete college applications and financial aid forms efficiently?

You will learn simple strategies to ensure your success.

Learn from Educator Dr Steven Greene and Professional Organizer Marianne Kelly:

  • Step by step guide to organizing records for the college applications and financial aid forms
  • Streamlining your process to select the right schools for you
  • Choosing the SAT or ACT for your college application
  • Writing an application essay that gets results
  • Maintaining a GPA that will get you to the next level
  • Using Maximum Education principles to reach your goals

This workshop is intended for High School Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors and their parents.

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