Conquering College Search: Find a college that is right for you
The most important decision that you are going to make in your life time is what you are going to do after high school because the choices and decision that you will make during high school and 4 years there after will determine what kind of life you are going to live. I will provide you with a step-by-step guideline for you to find the colleges of your interest. The college search and admission process takes time and preparation and this process can be less stressful and simple if you and your parents begin at the onset of high school with the help of your guidance counselor.
What is the most important piece in the college search process? Finding the right fit for you.
You will need to do college searches using college search websites to get all of the information that you will need to make a well informed decision of which schools to apply to that will be a good fit for you academically, personally and financially.
Conquering College Admissions: Applying to colleges
The most important components in the admissions process is your high school transcript, your GPA on a 4.0 system, your class rank and your activity sheet (resume) because these items will tell the admission counselor what you have done academically in the classroom and what you have done outside of the classroom. This whole college admissions process can be less stressful if you work closely with your guidance counselor, your guidance office and follow the guidelines that I will provide for you in the e-BOOKS.
Conquering College Financial Aid: Paying for college
This may be the most important piece in the puzzle of college attendance. I will discuss two application forms that you need to be aware of: FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and CSS/Financial Aid Profile (used by private institutions to give out their money). Anyone looking to get any financial aid from any institution of higher education must file the FAFSA because no institution will give you his or her money without you filing this form. Even if you don’t think you qualify for financial aid, you should always file a FAFSA because this form can only help you and it will not do you any harm.
Get the practical information/guidance that can help you do college search, apply to college and apply for financial aid from a guidance counselor with 24 years of experience working with high school students. I have also put 3 of my children through college.
You will be given guidelines and links that can make your college search and college admissions process easy and less stressful because you will have everything at your fingertips. It will be like having your own personal Independent Consultant at your disposal. You will be provided with all of the tools that you will need to walk through the whole process for the fraction of the cost of hiring an Independent Educational Consultant.
There are many websites out there but none of them will give you the guidelines and instructions from a perspective of a guidance counselor and a parent of 3 college graduates.
Act now to lessen your stress of college search and college admissions with the help of an experienced professional.
To access the e-Books that you can DOWNLOAD to your computer or an external hard drive, Click on the ADD TO CART button below to Download the e-Books and get access to all of the information that you need to navigate the college admissions process:
IT WILL COST YOU A SMALL FEE OF $4.99 TO ACCESS ALL OF THE INFORMATION MENTIONED ABOVE (one time fee for the 2 e-BOOKS).
E-BOOK 1 E-BOOK 2
You will have access to 2 e-Books. E-BOOK 1 senior year in high school to the summer before attending college or any further education.E-BOOK 2 will cover getting ready for college (from freshman year in high school to the senior year.
After working 24 years with high school students and parents in the area of college search, college admissions and financial aid, I have a unique insight and experience as a guidance counselor and as a parent of 3 college graduates to provide you with a down-to-earth practical way to look at college search, admissions and financial aid. In college, I majored in Psychology with a minor in Education. When I graduated from college in 1974, I took a job in Wareham, Massachusetts as a Special Needs Teacher and at nights I worked on my Master in Education with a concentration in counseling. By January of 1977, I had earned my Masters in Education/Counseling. In 1978, I became a guidance counselor at the Wareham Intermediate School where I spend 6 years of my counseling career. In 1984, I joined the guidance staff at Plymouth North High School (Plymouth, Massachusetts) where I spent the next 24 years working with high school students on issues ranging from personal, to college admissions and financial aid.
Leonel R. DaRosa, M. Ed.
I have done all of the hard work for you by putting all of the information that you will need to find the college of your choice, apply to college and pay for college in one place.
“WHAT IF YOU COULD GET A PRACTICAL GUIDE FROM A GUIDANCE COUNSELOR/FATHER OF 3 COLLEGE GRADUATES?”
“WHAT IF YOU COULD ESCAPE THE STRESS OF COLLEGE SEARCH, COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND COLLEGE FINANCING WITH THIS SIMPLE GUIDE?”
YOUR FUTURE AWAITS YOU AFTER YOU GET YOUR COLLEGE DEGREE
CONQUERING THE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID PROCESS