It seems once a senior clears the first semester hurdle, they think the rest of the year is downhill and colleges don’t care about what they do. Little could be further from the truth. Many parents have contacted me seeking approval for their child to drop a course midyear. They are not sure if Continue Reading...
“To be honest, there are a ton of qualified students vying for the same spot. How you present yourself really does matter. That is where your strength is, making each student come across as the best candidate they can. You know many intangibles, such as how to phrase this sentence to get the point across as best as possible, or the importance of visiting and other ways to make a personal connection with the school of your choice.”
— 2011 graduate