You’re plugging away through high school and the thought of college life sounds great, scary, expensive, fun, and/or way in the future. Do you really need to panic, write a book, discover a cure for cancer, qualify for the Olympics, and volunteer 60 hours a week just to get in to college?
Your parents also have some (but, not all) of your concerns. (If you want to see what they’re concerned about, read the Letter to Parents.) As it turns out, you DON’T have to win a Nobel prize to get in to a great school. You DO need to choose what you want and go about it in some planned way. You’ll get two important results:
- You’ll be accepted and succeed at a college or university that meets your current and future needs.
- Your parents/teachers/grandparents/administrators will stop nagging you.
I work with students to accomplish both results and several more. I simplify the process so you do what works without adding extra stress. Since the college admissions process can be unknown territory, I work with you to develop YOUR roadmap and serve as your college admissions coach.
All the best!