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What should you be doing and planning

Juniors December / January

  1. Parents set up your Financial Aid Meeting with me.
  2. Please let us know your PSAT scores
  3. Book a Testing Plan Meeting.
  4. Start researching the schools we have discussed.
  5. Plan your Spring Break college visits.
  6. Start applying for SUMMER PROGRAMS.

 

7 Things To Talk About With Your School Counselor

7 Things To Talk About With Your School Counselor

Did you know that you have an excellent resource right under your nose? That’s right, your high school counselor will be able to help you quite a bit through your journey to college. Many students see very little of their counselors. It’s kind of that 1-2 times a year...

Important Resources

Annapolis College Consulting partners with businesses to provide helpful tools and resources  needed to be better prepared for your college application.

Tutoring Support

Tutor Partners

We recommend Tutor Partners for your tutoring needs.Karima and her team are ready to help you through the e-school year.

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Applerouth Tutoring

Applerouth is our national partner for SAT, ACT and Subject Testing.

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COLLEGE SCOOPS

Interactive virtual tours of 80+ colleges and universities. All in one place, and all sourced from actual students at each school.CODE ANNAPCC-z21

LIFESTREAM Digital Media

Empowering students to simplify, organize, and plan their
digital portfolio for application success!

Financial Resources – Affording College

Financial Advisors

Ann Alsina of Covington Alsina is available to our clients to answer questions about saving for and paying for college without messing up your retirement. Having a financial plan early will make a big difference.

Tuition fit

You can compare offers from colleges with this unique tool. See what other similar students/families were offered from the same schools. Subscribe to the newsletter NOW and for the tool once we start comparing college costs.

Help Articles - Quick Reads

Useful information that's worth reading and will help in your college application process

Your Junior Year Preparations

Go West My Friends- 26 Colleges You May Love

Go West My Friends- 26 Colleges You May Love

Let's take a trip to the Pacific Northwest and see what college life may have in store for you. Today, we have a focus on Montana State University and thanks to Mike Ouert ‘05 Director of Admissions, you will see an in-depth view of this OUTSIDE university....

Visiting Colleges- Planning & Tips

Visiting Colleges- Planning & Tips

Planning It is always a good idea to see a number of suitable colleges in the same geographic area. If you are going to a college that you are really interested in, ALWAYS go and visit another nearby You never know when you will get that "...ooooh this is exactly...

College Admissions Your Senior Year

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7 Things To Talk About With Your School Counselor

7 Things To Talk About With Your School Counselor

Did you know that you have an excellent resource right under your nose? That’s right, your high school counselor will be able to help you quite a bit through your journey to college. Many students see very little of their counselors. It’s kind of that 1-2 times a year...

College and COVID… The Real Scoop! – Featured in College Scoops Podcast!

The transition to college is not always easy. It is hard and it can be lonely at times. Many students end up transferring but there are others who decide to stay and give it a go. We reached out to students to share their stories to help other students experiencing the same feelings, situations or thoughts especially now during COVID. Carson Kraycik shared her experience as a freshman at NC State and now as a sophomore navigating college and COVID. 

Your PSAT Scores are Back. Now What? by Diana Cohen- Applerouth

Colleges do not look at PSAT scores in the admissions process. However, in your junior year, your PSAT scores do count in determining whether you qualify for National Merit Scholarship program recognition. Only a very small percentage of test-takers make the cut-off for recognition, so students who receive Commended, Semifinalist, or Finalist status should certainly include that information in their college applications. A good testing plan will help you make a better college transition.

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