Here’s How We’ll Get Your Child Accepted To A Great College

(Please Note: Our services are customized to each individual client’s strengths and weaknesses)

ü  We’ll find out and develop your child’s
academic, career and personal goals

ü  Provide accountability and support for you and your child

ü  Structure and manage the college
monthly task timeline for you and your child

ü  Suggest PSAT, SAT, AP or ACT exam prep resources

ü  Help you and your child understand
what you want in a college

ü  Explain the differences between colleges

ü  Predict and explain the potential of
admittance to your child’s prospective colleges

ü  Recommend colleges and universities to your child

ü  Train your child to interact with
colleges at college fairs, campus visits and interviews

ü  Guide your child through the college application process

ü  Brainstorm with your child and
suggest topics to write about in their college essays

ü  Read, provide feedback and edits for your child’s college essays

ü  Teach your child how to study for
Honors, AP, IB, and/or community college courses

ü  Find year-round extracurricular activities and summer programs for your
child to participate in i.e internship, volunteer, independent research and
unique experiences

Here’s How We’ll Get You FREE Money Scholarships & Grants

(Please Note: Our services are customized to each individual client’s strengths and weaknesses)

ü  Determine your eligibility for college grants

ü  Introduce you to colleges that
provide the most grants

ü  Suggest how to increase your eligibility for college grants

ü  Determine your child’s eligibility
for academic merit scholarships

ü  Show your family how to qualify for the largest, most competitive college

ü  Complete financial aid forms such as
FAFSA, CSS Profile & Non-Custodial Profile

ü  Estimate your college financial aid awards

ü  Review your actual award letters for
accuracy and fairness

ü  Support you through the financial aid appeal process

ü  Counsel you on student loans

ü  Suggest alternative ways to reduce your college expenses

Here’s How We’ll Help You Pay For College

 (Please Note: Our services are customized to each individual client’s strengths and weaknesses)

ü  Review your current financial

ü  Determine your college monthly & annual budget

ü  Analyze and discuss your college
funding options

ü  Quantify the financial impact of college expenses

ü  Uncover your financial strengths and

ü  Educate you on sound financial management

ü  Recommend strategies to eliminate
unnecessary expenses

ü  Craft plans to reduce your debt

ü  Improve your cash flow and savings

ü  Design your college funding plan and financial strategy

ü  Provide before and after scenarios
using your college funding plan

ü  Review your college savings vehicles

These Are The Conversations We’ll Have With Your Child

 (Please Note: Our services are customized to
each individual client’s strengths and weaknesses)


We’ll Discuss With Your Child What Colleges They Want To Attend

During these
meetings, we’ll discuss with your student what colleges they can attend, lay
out objectives and give the student a general understanding of what he/she is
working towards. At the close of these discussions, both the student and the college
planner will know what it will take to get your child into his/her college of


We’ll Help Your Child Understand What They Want In A College

During these
discussions, we’ll teach your child how to research a college. This includes
understanding the various cultures, student bodies, strengths and educational
standards of an institution. Before a student applies to a college, it is
important for him/her to understand what that school will offer. We’ll break
down each college—ranging from sports programs to Greek life, to help your
student make the best possible decision.


Also Discuss What Your Child Can Do To Increase Their Chances Of Getting
Accepted To College

During these
discussions, we’ll review all of the things that colleges look for when
choosing applicants. This includes your student’s: GPA, SAT/ACT scores,
Honors/AP courses, extracurricular activities, and community service. We’ll also
explain to your child their chances of admission to certain colleges, how to
improve your student’s overall candidacy and give him/her a better opportunity to
gain admission. 


Discuss What Credentials Your Child Will Need 
To Get
Accepted & Get Scholarship Money

These meetings is
designed to analyze your student’s academic qualifications (grades, test scores
and activities) and chances of getting scholarship money. We’ll review the
weaknesses of your student and how to improve their changes.

We’ll Talk To Your Child About What They Want To
Study In College & Choose As A Major

These meetings are
designed to understand the various majors your student is interested in. We’ll
elicit your student’s most likely major through testing, interviewing or having
them participate in programs to get first-hand experience.


We’ll Help Your Child Find Colleges That Can Suit Their
Interest, Talents & Strengths

During these meetings, we’ll
work with your student and fine-tune a list of colleges for your student. By
this point, we’ll understand what schools are attainable given all other
criteria. At this time, your student will know where he/she is applying.

We’ll Show Your Child How To Get The Attention Of The
College Admission’s Office

During these meetings your
student will learn all of the different ways to get in touch with admissions officers,
and how to market him or herself. Your student will learn how to talk to
admissions personnel at various college fairs. Your student will also learn how
to create a paper trial of letters and emails to admission departments at
different schools. In addition, your student will learn how to converse during
informational sessions with college admissions officers and make a lasting
impression during interviews and college tours. All of these tools can be
utilized to improve your student’s marketing abilities.


We’ll Show Your Child How To Write

A Compelling, Unique & Memorable College Essay 

During these meetings your
student will discuss some of the ideas he/she has for essays. Colleges put a
fair amount of emphasis on essays during the application process. Ultimately, they
want to see your student’s character, accomplishments, writing skills and
knowledge of their college. Therefore, it is important for your student to
craft essays that reflect his/her abilities.


We’ll Also Help Your Child Plan Out Productive Summers 

During these meetings we’ll help your child plan out activities they can do over the
summer that can differentiate them from other applicants. Many of these plans
include summer programs that will allow your child to further explore subjects
they couldn’t study in high school. They can also gain more advanced knowledge
and practical experiences that will give them clarity on their potential major.
Not all summer plans include summer programs. They can also include projects or
advanced courses. 

These Are The Conversations We’ll Have With You As Parents 

We’ll Get Deeply Familiar With Your Case

In these meetings we’ll gather your financials, become familiar with your family’s financial
situation, and begin to structure your plan. 
For this session, the Client Questionnaire must be filled out completely
and all financials documents must be emailed. 


We’ll Show You What Colleges Your

Child Can Get Accepted To 
& How

Much Money You Can Expect To Receive

In these meetings
we’ll have a report ready for you detailing a list of different schools your
child is considering, along with the costs of each school.


We’ll Give
You A Plan To Pay 
For Out Of Pocket College Expenses

In these meetings
we’ll go over the best ways to pay for college and the different options that
you have. 


We’ll Help You Complete Financial Aid Forms

This service
provides a session where we will help you to complete FAFSA, CSS Profile,
Non-Custodial Profile, Financial Aid verification forms, and college-specific
financial aid applications.


We’ll Also Help You Review and Analyze Your Child’s Financial Aid Offers When They Arrive

You and your child
should email all your acceptance letters and financial aid offers when you
receive them. We will help you to understand these documents and discuss
whether each offer was good or not. 

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