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The Changing and Challenging Landscape of College Admissions
Over the past ten years, applying to college has become more competitive and more complicated. Yet new opportunities exist at colleges for many types of students. Families need to be aware of the new rules for college admissions—and how to evaluate both the current admissions process and the colleges best suited for your student.
This talk will cover important aspects of the college planning process, including...
Finding the best match for your student—this is the first and foremost goal! Understand how you can ensure this happens for your son or daughter during these complicated admission times
Strategies for the 7 key parts of the college admission process; learn how the quantitative vs. qualitative factors of a student's application are viewed by college admissions
Best practices for students applying to colleges who have attentional or learning issues; understand the three basic types of college support
Evaluating colleges during campus visits; how to size up internships, co-op programs, and job placement centers
About the Presenter: As an educational consultant from Howland, Spence & McMillan, one of the oldest and most respected educational consulting firms in the country, Carol Kinlan, M.Ed, M.B.A works with students who seek the best school or college fit. Her background includes guiding families and students seeking traditional school and college placement, as well as students with learning differences who need specialized school or college guidance.
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