Typical of many students, Moorpark High School student Lexi didn’t know how to begin applying to college. She was unsure of where to begin, when to start, what to look for in a school and what she wanted to do after she graduated. Lexi’s predicament is shared by many high school students who are overwhelmed by all of the choices available to them.
In these situations, a little direction can go a long way to finding the best university for the student.
When I met with Lexi, we were starting from scratch. We started by discussing how to organize Lexi’s thoughts and plans, and how those ideas could lead to a good college list. She ended up targeting five colleges and was accepted to all of them. As a thank you, she sent me this nice letter.
“You helped me to sort out the order of how to apply for college. I applied to five schools and was accepted to all of them! Thank you for making the application process easy!”
Applying to college is sometimes complicated and difficult. That’s why we do what we do: to make this process easy for students who want and deserve to go to college. Students need to think about their classes, grades, test scores, extra-curricular activities, deadlines, essays, college choices…the list goes on. It’s stressful, and we help students with all of it.
So when someone thanks us for making the college application process easy, we feel very fulfilled that we’re doing good work for our clients. We can do the same for you or your student. Are you or your child having a tough time applying to college? Are you or your child having a tough time applying to college? Contact us and let’s see how we can help.