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Saturday, March 24, 2-3 p.m. ET CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW
FREE WEBINAR: What Parents of Middle School Students Need to Know — and Do — To Help Their Students Get Into Selective Colleges
Presented by Susan Goodkin, national college consultant
What We’ll Cover:
- A quick guide to what selective colleges are looking for today
- The middle school curriculum choices that may impact the strength of your child’s college application
- What grades — and honors — in middle school will matter to college admissions officers (hint: not many)
- Why some middle schoolers should take the SAT/ACT — and why most shouldn’t
- The behavior you should be modeling now to help your child succeed academically in high school – – and write strong college applications (it’s not what you think)
- Why it’s critical to encourage your child to explore a wide range of interests in middle school
- Activities your student doesn’t have to participate in to improve his or her chances of getting into selective colleges — but which many parents (wrongly) believe are critical for admissions!
- What happens to too many boys in middle school that makes them less likely to attend a selective college
- What happens to too many girls in middle school that makes them less likely to pursue their true interests
Plus, there will be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
About Susan Goodkin: Over the past few years alone, national college consultant Susan has had numerous students admitted to Harvard and numerous students admitted to Yale, as well as numerous admissions to Stanford, MIT, Cal Tech, Dartmouth, U.Penn, Duke, U.Chicago, Northeastern, and Johns Hopkins, along with a host of other selective schools.
Susan is a graduate of Harvard University, Harvard Law School, and Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.