Welcome to the Ultimate College Planning Podcast! We are Drs. Jeff Haig and Brian Haig.
In this episode, here’s what we’ll cover:
- The #1 important factor to know when applying to college
- How admission officers think when selecting applicants
- Why strategic course planning will give you an edge in the admissions process
- How to bring your unique voice to your admissions essay
- How to develop a winning game plan when choosing extracurricular activities
We are excited to bring you this podcast because the topic of college planning is so important. This podcast is about sharing with you the best strategies, tools and information to help you become as successful as possible in the competitive college admissions process.
Through our extensive college planning experience, diverse and rich educational background, and proven track record of success, we have helped thousands of students get into the college of their choice. We know what works, what doesn’t work, and most importantly, we know those factors college admissions officers look for when choosing a successful applicant. We have helped thousands of students over the years get into the top colleges in the world including the IVY League, top private and public colleges, as well as diverse specialty programs. We have also helped students get millions of dollars worth of scholarships.
We will be covering different topics of the college planning process, and interviewing a range of expert speakers to give you the best information on college planning. These topics will range from how to get an edge in the college admissions process to how to pay for the continually rising cost of tuition, and much more!
In this episode, we are going to discuss “How to plan for college.” Specifically, we are going to discuss the top five factors admissions officers look for when choosing whom to accept for their next entering class. What are the important factors that make the difference of whether an applicant will be successful or not? Let’s find out in this episode!
Question: What is one strategy you plan to implement to help you with college admissions?