As a college consultant I get many questions that contain the word “enough.” • Do we have enough volunteer service hours? • Do we have enough English classes? • Do we have enough AP courses? • Do we have enough SAT Subject tests? • Do we have enough on the resume? • Do we have [read more] …
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With the breaking scandal of parents paying large sums of money to secure illegal entrance for their children to top colleges, this last month has put a black eye on the whole college admissions process in the US. We can, and should, be outraged. However, I think it is a logical outcome for a country [read more] …
For most families, it can be a difficult thing to narrow the list of colleges to apply to. But long before that decision is made, it is imperative to spend a great deal of time thinking about: how your student is wired (their personality, strengths, weaknesses, and risk tolerance) what the student [read more] …