"Am I doing enough to get in?"
This is a common question students ask. But it's not the right question.
You may feel like admissions officers at the most selective schools are looking for the smartest, the hardest working, or the most qualified candidates to admit into next year's freshman class.
While colleges will insist that you meet or exceed their academic standards by getting great grades in tough classes, the last thing they want is 2000 clones of the same type of person.
And when it comes to communicating what kind of person you would be on campus, showing is better than telling.
And when you only have 24 hours each day, you need to think carefully about how you spend your time. Some activities waste your time and exhaust you, while others build your profile and energize you.
Learn how to tell the difference in this masterclass.
- Which activities are valuable (and which are not) so you can stop wasting time.
- Why the activities you enjoy doing are more likely to help you get into college than the activities you think are “impressive”
- How to see your future college application through the eyes of an admissions officer.
And so much more.
Learn how to apply what you just learned to your personal profile strategy.
"Too many people are overwhelmed, stressed out, and frustrated about college admissions prep. I created this podcast to help you build a standout college profile and boost your confidence. Enjoy!"
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