Advice During Free College Consult

A lot of parents think that we offer 20 minutes of free advice on their child’s case for admission to highly selective colleges. We most certainly do not. When you go on our free college admissions consultation page, you’ll note that our 20-minute college admissions consultations are only to answer questions … 

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College Consulting Service

Students and parents often approach us to inquire about our college consulting service. Sometimes they want to get to know how our services work and ask us questions about how we operate. That’s pretty normal and we back it! We always encourage students and parents to peruse the thousands of pages … 

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College Admissions Consultancy

A private college admissions consultancy is making headlines — and it’s not for good reasons. As we’ve said many times before, in any industry there are good and bad apples. It’s true in real estate. It’s true on Wall Street. It’s true in academia. Private college admissions consulting is no different — … 

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College Consulting

Mark Sklarow, the Executive Director of IECA (Independent Educational Consultants Association), an organization we’ve been a member of but nonetheless believe to be somewhat of a joke (what a waste of $600 a year!), reports that an AP poll indicates high school students are not happy with the college counseling … 

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College Consultants

A study at the Harvard Graduate School of Education points out that the percentage of college applicants who have college consultants providing college admissions assistance to them is on the rise. This should come as no surprise. In fact, the author of the study, Alexis Brooke Redding, finds, “‘22% of … 

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University Admissions Counselor

The target demographic for a movie like “Tron” was not senior citizens nor was the target demographic toddlers for “Scream 4.” What does this have to do with the college admissions process you ask? Well, it has everything to do with it. You must know your audience. When filling out … 

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College Counseling

According to Jason Koebler of “US News & World Report,” “A 2005 study by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) reported that the average public high school student got about 38 minutes of college advising per year from their guidance counselor, and a 2009 study by the National … 

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