Set Aside One Hour Per Week To Discuss The College Application Process

September 13, 2018

 

 

As seniors are working on their college applications and visiting colleges, parents often ask me what they can do to reduce the stress associated with the college application process. One of my favorite strategies is to set aside one hour per week when students agree to sit down with their parents and discuss the college application process. Here's more . . .

 

 

 

 

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With more than 25 years of experience working with hundreds of high school students, Jill possesses a wealth of knowledge about the college admissions process, and believes the process should be exciting. Jill helps by working closely with each student on college selection, creating a vibrant and authentic resume, planning meaningful and appropriate summer activities, creating personalized testing strategies, brainstorming essay ideas and techniques, building interview skills, reviewing scholarship opportunities and more. Most importantly, Jill eases the stress and helps students feel confident about the college planning and selection process.

 

Schedule a time to ask Jill your questions or hire her to speak to a group in your community. Working with Jill will provide you a greater understanding of the college application process and, more importantly, a feeling of confidence rather than confusion.

 

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