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SERVICES

Evaluate High School Courses

A full examination of a high school transcript can reveal areas of strength and opportunity when it comes to applying to college.  It is truly the number one way colleges and universities evaluate a student's college application.  Let me share with you just how they are going to "read" it.

Extra-Curricular Activities

How much is really needed?  Do you need to do everything or just a few things truly well. Do you really need to volunteer? It all depends on the schools to which you are applying.  Some schools require only a pulse and a diploma while others require a whole lot more.  I'll share with you the most important things you can do to create an impressive high school Activities list that will have authentic impact.

Building Your

College List

Trying to figure out which schools to apply to can be overwhelming. Do you go for "top ranked" schools (whatever that means), schools with a reputation, public or private, close to home, those costing a small (or massive) fortune?  All these things are taken into consideration as we work together to create a dynamic college list that has your needs and desires front and center.

College

Affordability

After a careful examination of your financial picture, we'll create a college list with cost in mind and affordability at the heart of that list.

Essay Brainstorming and Editing

This is where the heavy lifting is to be found. But if we work together, I will show you just what the colleges want to hear from you so that they can get to know you better.

Award Letter

Analysis

You applied, you've been accepted, the award letter is in your hands. What does it all mean??  Is the school really affordable?  How much are you really paying.  Let's take a look at the award letters together and then let's take a super deep look at the Financial Aid Award letter.  Is there a difference? There certainly is.  And I can break it down for you so that you can make a well-informed decision on what is really affordable and reasonable.

Standardized Testing Strategizing: ACT / SAT

Trying to figure out which schools to apply to can be overwhelming.   Do you go for "top ranked" schools (whatever that means), schools with a reputation, public or private, close to home, those costing a small (or massive) fortune?  All these things are taken into consideration as we work together to create a dynamic college list that has your needs and desires front and center.