✔︎ Are you trying to plan ahead for college admissions, but just don’t know where to start?

✔︎ Do you worry that your child won’t be able to get into the college of his or her choice?

✔︎ Are you getting the college planning information you need from your child’s guidance counselor?

School counselors just don’t have enough time to offer academic guidance and college planning to students. And it’s no wonder. Can you believe the average student-to-counselor ratio is 457 students to 1 counselor?

Get solid advice from a former high school guidance counselor and nationally recognized expert in test preparation and college admission, Megan Dorsey.

Get “The Parent’s Guide To College Admission” FREE!

In just 5-minutes a day, Megan will walk you through what you need to know about these common questions:

❓ Just how much do grades matter ❓ Why the PSAT isn’t just for practice
❓ How challenging classes make a difference ❓ What to study in order to ace the SAT/ACT
❓ How to commit to activities that really matter ❓ What to look for in picking the right colleges
❓ How to get scholarships (even if your child isn’t an athlete or valedictorian) ❓ and many more!

This is a 14-day e-course hosted by Megan Dorsey. Each day you will receive an email with either a video, article, checklist, or audio lesson. The work is meant to be straightforward and informative without wasting your time. As with all endeavors in life, your commitment to the course will determine the results.

The more families have access to good, sound information about college admissions, the less influence media hype and panic will have.

Megan’s 14-Day Couse, The Parent’s Guide to College Admission, was a lifesaver to me! I knew almost nothing about college admission requirements or how to go about getting our daughter into her preferred college. The Parent’s Guide was a great start. It guided us in the right direction and we ended up working with Megan one-on-one in private coaching sessions. Now, not only is my daughter attending college, she also got into her university of choice … much thanks to Megan and her guidance!

Jessie G. P.