What Juniors Need To Do Now
To Get Into Their Top College Choices
(And What Parents Need To Know To Help Them)
A recording will be available for registrants who can't attend live.
This 75-minute webinar covers topics including:
- What juniors should be doing outside of class in the next 8 -10 months to increase their chances of admission
- What colleges look for in the senior academic schedule, plus what tests your junior must take, and when
- A roadmap to college applications, so you -- and your student -- can better understand and prepare for the task ahead
- How options such as early decision and early action impact college planning for juniors
- Critical tips for the college search process
- What your student should start doing now to make college applications easier
- Financial issues you should start thinking about now (and why you shouldn't rule out colleges based on their sticker price)
Plus, a Question and Answer session!
The webinar will be presented live on Saturday, March 14th, 11 am PT, noon MT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET
Can't make it live? A recording of the webinar will be sent to all registrants by Sunday, March 15th.
Early registration discount:
Register by Tuesday, March 10, only $99
Regular Registration: Register after March 10, $149
Webinar log-in information will be sent after registration.
PLEASE NOTE: The log-in link will be sent to your paypal address! If you want the log-in link to be sent to a different e-mail, please send me an e-mail (Susan.Goodkin@LearningStrategiesCenter.com) letting me know where you would like the link sent.
About the Presenter: Last year alone, national college consultant Susan Goodkin had students admitted to every Ivy League
school and Stanford -- including 3 students accepted to Harvard, 6 accepted to Stanford and 3 accepted to Yale! In addition to the Ivies and Stanford, Susan has also helped many students get admitted to colleges including MIT, Cal Tech, Berkeley, UCLA, Duke,
U.Chicago, Vanderbilt, UVA, Northwestern, and Johns Hopkins, along with a host of other schools from large public universities to small religious colleges.
Susan is a graduate of Harvard University, Harvard Law School, and Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.