Great Advice about College & Admission
Time-Tested — the Real-Deal
Want to understand the secrets of college admission?
How to get into a great college?
What colleges are looking for?
Know the strategies to succeed in college?
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- For 25 years, I was a university dean who advised 1,000s of students – from Admission through Graduation.
- I know what students really need to succeed in college.
- I know what it takes to graduate on-time with excellent grades.
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In very practical ways, my book shows students how to get their arms around that Big Event called COLLEGE. Their satisfaction is my aim. Their success is my goal.
Why I’m the expert to help you.
Having worked personally with at 12,000 college students, I’ve probably advised more students—and gained more insights—than anyone else, becoming a national expert in college preparation & performance.
And no one knows more about students in college and paving the road to their careers. I’ve written this one-of-a-kind book to share with you what I know.
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“A student athlete gets a practice schedule, playbook, and pointers on developing skills. Shouldn’t students get the same preparation for college?
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