College - Standard Early Bird Services (Pre-Senior Year Support)
Why it Matters?
The college and university admissions process is extremely competitive, and it’s important to make the right decisions early in your high school career. If you wait until your senior year, you will be constrained by the decisions you made prior to that time. This package offers direction and guidance early in your high school (secondary school) career when you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior (first through third years for our international folks!). We will begin with the end in mind and help you map out the critical pieces to increase your chance for success when you apply.
You will receive structured planning and support to help you build a compelling high school profile. Specifically, you will receive:
- Development of a Personal Achievement Template™, the document outlining your key experiences and strengths for a college application
- Support analysis and review of high school courses, key activities, and internship advice with final inclusion in a Customized Strategy Document
- SAT / SAT II/ PSAT / ACT guidance
- 4 Scheduled calls per year including a review of your Customized Strategy Document and an end of year analysis of your goal execution and re-calibration of your plan where necessary
Who Should Use It?
Candidates who are in their first three years of high school up through the summer prior to their final (senior) year looking for insight on how to prepare for college. This service is intended for candidates who are seeking a supplement for their high school (secondary school) advisory services.
When Should I Sign Up?
Prior to your last year of high school (secondary school).
$600 (for Freshmen and Sophomores)
$750 (for Juniors)
Once you have made the decision to pursue a university (college) education, you should start to actively work to make that happen. Engaging the assistance of an Admit Advantage expert early on will ensure that your college application process is structured and proactive rather than haphazard and reactive.