You have teenagers at home and soon enough they’ll need to start sending out college applications. Sure, sometimes they seem all confident and rebellious, they got that “I’ll do it my own way attitude”. But let’s be honest: choosing a college and getting admitted is going to be one of the most important steps that will shape their future.
You have always been their rock, and during this coming couple of years of college craze they’ll need your guidance like never before
What are you going to advise your teenagers?
- Should they add more clubs and volunteer activities on their resume?
- Practice writing essays?
- Maybe more sports is the way to go?
Do you really know what colleges these days are expecting? Many parents believe that “well rounded” applicants have the highest chance of getting admitted. It seems like the safest bet, as it takes a real professional to truly know how one school’s expectations are different from another. That’s what school counselors are for. However, in some public schools, they can be assigned to over 1,200 students. There is no way that anyone can do a good job with those numbers, and at this point, the odds are stacked against everybody.
Would you like to have a better idea how to support your child during college application process and what to focus on? If so, please continue reading.
Would you like to know a formula that helped 95% of students who knew it to get admitted into their top three choices?
On August 16th, join me at the India House, Houston, TX for “Back to School” talk. I’ll be sharing the exact formula I used to help over 14,000 students to get admitted into their top three choices.
Location: India House, 8888 W Bellfort Blvd, Houston, TX, 77031
Time: August 16, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Admission: Free, to reserve a free seat text YES to (832) 356-3943
My talk will be followed by a live Q&A, real stories of students who used my formula to get admitted into their dream colleges, and a raffle for worth $999 for essay editing and $497 College Shortcuts course. Finally, nothing bits meeting and talking to other parents who are going through the same process as you do at this very moment.
If any of that sounds like it can help you to navigate the college applications process, Friend, I urge you to text the number right now and reserve your free seat. Just text YES to (832) 356-3943. Admission is free, but seats are limited! Better reserve yours early!
Hope to see you at the India House on August 16, Friend.
I know this whole college application story seems new and very confusing. But trust me, with a little advance planning, your teenagers can increase the odds in their favor and get into the school of their dreams!
PS - If you love your friends, share this event with them.