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The Reality of College Admissions

As college applications continue to increase each year the acceptance rates of the most selective schools in the country continue to drop, with many reporting record lows.

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A good college admission consultant will help you find your best college.

One of the biggest mistakes most college applicants make is assuming that grades, standardized tests scores (the SAT, ACT, advanced placements, etc.), and extracurricular activities are the only things that really matter when trying to get into the school of their choice. These applicants fail to recognize that admissions committees care about many other factors as well, and forget to spend adequate time on the essays, letters of reference, and admissions interviews crucial to their applications.

The result is unfortunately predictable, and can explain why so many high school valedictorians with perfect SAT and/or ACT scores are routinely rejected by the nation’s ivy league schools.

 The Need for a College Admission Consultant

Getting into the college that is the best fit for your future is one of the most important moments in a young person’s life. As such the admissions strategy you pursue to optimize your chances of success are of equal importance. This is where a skilled college admission consultant comes in.

A good college admission consultant will first help you select the schools that are best suited to your unique needs and interests. Roughly half of all college freshmen drop out or transfer to a different college or university to finish their education. In the vast majority of cases the primary cause is simply a bad fit between the student and the school.

Once your choices of higher education are targeted, it is the job of the admission consultant to help you plan an approach, one that will not only highlight your unique strengths, but mitigate your particular weaknesses.

Tackling the application process head-on your college admission consultant should help you brainstorm for essay and personal statement topics, provide guidance on how to request recommendations, and what information should be included in your letters of reference. Your consultant should also review your essays and personal statements for content as well as grammar, look over your applications before they are submitted to your top-choice colleges, prepare you for your admissions interviews, and help you go over your options after you have received the schools’ decisions.

As scholarship and financial aid opportunities can have significant implications on your family’s financial outlook, a good college admission consultant will also help you construct an essay topic and aid you in proofing and polishing your draft.

 The AdmissionsConsultants® Advantage

AdmissionsConsultants offers professional and comprehensive one-on-one admissions consulting services. Put a hand-picked team of their professionals to work ensuring your maximize your college admission chances. They are a professional corporation that has been in business since 1996 and they have worked with thousands of applicants.

All of their college admissions consultants have college admissions committee experience and they have made accept, reject, and waitlist decisions for a variety of selective colleges to ensure they have the breadth of specialists to meet your particular needs. As a result, they are very highly qualified and they know exactly what you need to do to maximize your chances of being accepted.

How to Get Started

You can click here to go directly to the college admissions webpage for AdmissionsConsultants or call them at 1.800.809.0800 toll free in the US and Canada or +1 703.242.5885 anywhere else.

You can also email AdmissionsConsultants for additional information at info@admissionsconsultants.com.

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AdmissionsConsultants assists grad school applicants as well. They use different consultants in each practice area and all of their consultants have the relevant admissions committee experience and are very highly qualified.

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