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It can seem like getting into college is the biggest challenge these days.  Unfortunately, getting in is only the beginning.  The real challenge is staying in and graduating. Years ago, I had a student, J.P., who graduated in the top Read more…


Guest post by Nell Stranburg of Your College Advisor LLC What would you say if I told you I have a student, Caitlin, who received $471,000 worth of scholarships from seven colleges and her best combined SAT score was 1230/1600?  Read more…


  Do colleges or admissions people really look at our Facebook profiles? This is a great question because the issue has been in the news lately.  Recent reports focused on employers asking applicants to log into their Facebook pages during Read more…


Having additional years of foreign language on your transcript can be a huge plus when you’re ready for the college admission process! Admissions counselors are going to look at your high school transcript and scrutinize every last detail – don’t Read more…


“When do we need to begin planning for college?” “What do we need to do in junior high to prepare for college” “Does junior high even matter?” College planning seems so far-off and parents of middle school or junior high Read more…


I love my job!  When I started my own college admission coaching business in 2006 I was looking for a way to stay connected to the world of college admissions counseling while staying at home with a new baby.  I Read more…

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