Episode 68 – Encore: Dissecting The ‘What Am I Good At’ Admission Essay Dr. Cynthia Colon Click Here To Listen Now Today’s episode is part 2 of a 5-part mini series on the College Admission Essays. I am reviewing the FOUR buckets of Essays that every student needs in their arsenal of college essays. Who […]
Episode 67 – Encore: How To Write The ‘Who Am I’ College Admission Essay Dr. Cynthia Colon Click Here To Listen Now Today’s episode kicks off a 5 part mini series on the College Admission Essays. I am reviewing the FOUR buckets of Essays that every student needs in their arsenal of college essays. Who […]
Are you a dreamer? If your child has big college dreams and dares to share them with you and with the world, this show is for you. If you have no idea how or where to begin in your search for colleges, this show is for you.
Today’s guest, Kelsey Kaplan, is the Senior Admission Coordinator at UNLV. Kelsey’s journey to college and the harsh reality of affordability will make your heart melt. While a parent’s belief and hope for their child is limitless, sometimes there are limits to what a family can offer financially.
They say that luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. Today’s guest, Claudia Marroquin, serves as the Director of Admissions at Bowdoin, she knows a thing or two opportunity. After applying to 14 colleges, Claudia was considered lucky, yet her personal story is about preparation since elementary school.
What is the RIGHT answer? What is the formula to solve this problem? What do I need to study, do, or repeat to earn a perfect grade, score, time, goal?
What Do You Dream Of? What Do You Believe In? What Would You Change In The World? How Would You Improve The Lives Of Others?
When was the last time you were uncomfortable? Today, our guest, Ross Mankuta, offers his tips, tales, and lessons on how teaching your child to be present, be open-minded, and be willing to explore and be uncomfortable is the best preparation for the college admission process.
The University of California receives more applications than any other public or private institution in the country. UCLA ranks number one as the leader of the board, having received with over 135 thousand applicants in each of the last two years.
Today’s guest, Bill McMurray, Regional Director of Admissions at Roger Williams University, eloquently shares his own tales of the role his parents and mentors played in his college process and his recommendation now of how parents must allow their nearly college aged child take control over their journey to college.