Choosing a college isn’t always easy. The right college for you is not necessarily the most prestigious school or the school where your parents or older siblings went. Public-school counselors often know little about colleges outside their state and steer students to states schools instead of a private colleges that could include a better academic fit and significant price discounts. We will help students narrow which school is best for them based on their unique qualifications and background, help them understand what scouts look for, and how they can improve their chances of being accepted.
We help students understand what goes on behind the closed doors of admissions offices The college admissions process is tailored to each individual and is very personal. Sometimes, in order to get accepted to college, a person needs to improve their grades or take part in extracurricular activities. In other situations, it can be good for the applicant to focus on different colleges or even different programs to help improve their chances.
Applications can be complicated to fill out. In particular, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is especially difficult. It’s easy to understand why students (and parents) feel uneasy tackling this task. Still, it is absolutely essential to complete the FAFSA form if you hope to win any kind of financial aid. Obviously, not everyone is a FAFSA experts. Our coaches are here to help you with any application you need and to ensure you avoid making any mistakes while filling out the numerous forms.
Our personal coaches assist students with understanding and analyzing their options when they receive multiple offers from the colleges they applied for. We will help you evaluate factors such as career opportunities, social life, and financial aid, and how each potential institution fits into their admissions acceptance decisions. We will also guide students with their college major selection, portfolio and resume enhancement and interview skills building.
Due to high demand, we ask prospective students to complete a short questionnaire in order to evaluate their need.