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I will help you:
+ Graduate in 4 (not 6) years
+ Earn a major/career you love
+ Have a fantastic college experience
+ Leave with as little debt as possible
AND have fun going through the process of planning for college!
Planning for college should not be a sprint, but a process—jump on board and lets get started.
To find the best "fit" college, students must dedicate time and energy to self-assessment, their situations, and their personal and professional goals—and then identify schools that best meet their needs.
There are over 4,000 colleges and universities in the U.S. alone.
The average student-to-guidance counselor ratio is 450 to 1.
And given the cost of higher education today, spending a semester, year, or more at a school and/or in a major that's a poor-fit may serve as an expensive mishap.
Students experience an average of 42 minutes of one-on-one college planning advising during their four years in high school. Forty-two minutes. Total.
The college planning process may be taxing and sometimes stressful, but it's worth every minute. Take the time to find yourself at a best-fit school—enthusiastic about learning, excited about relating to new peers, professors, and environments.
"Let me help you reach your full potential—academically, socially, and financially"
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