Baby and Kids
Who's more nervous about your child getting into college — you or them? Nobody envies this process but all parents have to go through it. The best you can do is plan ahead, assess your child's strengths and weaknesses, and try to map out a way to compensate for one or the other.
Today's offer will get you and your child a one-hour admissions strategy session with Mike, an adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Northwestern University and author of How to Make Colleges Want You. Mike is an expert at getting kids into college. He specializes in helping students differentiate themselves from their peers in remarkable ways. Even the most selective college will look beyond grades and test scores to attract a student they believe will be a good addition to their student body. College admissions coaching is about helping students figure out how to stand out. Building Non-Teenager Accomplishments — any accomplishment that is unusual for a teenager — is at the core of his philosophy.
At College Peas, they know that college admissions coaching is about helping students figure out how to be remarkable and stand out in the admissions process. Grades, test scores, and extracurricular activities are all important parts of the admissions puzzle, but they are not the only thing.