The sooner you start planning for college application season, the more prepared you will be, and the greater likelihood that you will be admitted to the school that’s the best match for you.
Brookline, MA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Stress levels are high this time of year, as many high school seniors are nervously waiting to discover whether they have been accepted into their top-choice colleges. While it seems inevitable that seniors (and parents of seniors) will be biting their nails in anticipation of these results, there are many things that sophomores and juniors can do now to develop their college admissions strategy and increase their likelihood of attending the college of their dreams.
Dr. Rachel Rubin, head of college admissions consultancy Spark Admissions, headquartered in Brookline, is fielding calls for free for Boston-area high school students and their parents on Tuesday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST for students or parents interested in college admissions advice. Click here to request a time slot with Dr. Rubin.
Dr. Rubin is a Harvard doctorate who completed the most comprehensive study to date on how the 75 most selective U.S. colleges make admissions decisions. She knows this is a stressful time and would like to give back for the day. She also realizes that many students do not have access to quality college admissions advice. Dr. Rubin hopes to help these students on Tuesday.
Whether you are a high school freshmen, sophomore, or junior, you can sign up for time with Dr. Rubin for free this Tuesday. Dr. Rubin emphasizes that, "the sooner you start planning for college application season, the more prepared you will be, and the greater likelihood that you will be admitted to the school that’s the best match for you.”
Dr. Rubin is also happy to speak with seniors who have questions about where to attend (if accepted), what their waitlist strategy should be, whether it makes sense to defer for a year, or whether there is a possibility of increasing their financial aid package.
For those students or parents who do not get to speak with Dr. Rubin on Tuesday, consider liking Spark Admissions’ Facebook page where Dr. Rubin provides college admissions advice regularly.
About Spark Admissions:
Spark Admissions is a college admissions consulting firm led by Dr. Rachel Rubin. At Spark, clients work directly with Dr. Rubin, an esteemed college admissions expert who completed the most comprehensive study to date on how the 75 most-selective U.S. colleges make admissions decisions. Spark Admissions works with students worldwide and offers many packages that provide unlimited access to Dr. Rubin and her expertise. For more information, visit: http://www.sparkadmissions.com.