College Covered Features Greg’s Expert Advice in “5 Questions Admissions Officers Want Applicants to Ask”
The best way to boost your odds of admission is to craft an application that demonstrates what admissions officers are looking for. To find out what they are looking for requires smart questions. Click here to read College Covered’s article “5 Questions Admissions Officers Want Applicants to Ask”.
The January 2018 issue of Sonoma Family Life Magazine featured Greg's advice for determining whether the SAT or ACT is a better fit for your child. Click here to access an online copy of the magazine (article is located on page 7).
College admissions site, College Covered, featured Greg's advice for what really matters when it comes to college rankings in the article , "The Debate: Are Rankings the True Measure of a College’s Worth?". Click here to access the article.
Leading online higher education platform, www.bestcolleges.com, featured Greg's advice on turning the college admissions process into the foundation for long-term success and how students can over come educational barriers in their pursuit of a college degree. To access the guide, click here.
College admissions and financial planning website, College Covered, featured Greg's expert advice about creating the right school list when applying. Click here to access the article.
The Huffington Post Features "Applying to College Is Expensive: Consider Colleges with Free Applications".
Greg's article on making the application process less expensive was featured in The Huffington Post. Click here to access it.
Greg's expert advice on reducing the cost of a college education was featured in the Huffington Post. Click here to access the article and for guidance on developing a plan to pay less.
Click here to read Greg's expert advice on earning admission to college even with less than stellar grades. Getting into college is doable with a plan and some creativity.
Greg's advice for crafting a stand out resume to secure an internship in high school, college, or after graduation was featured in The Huffington Post. For advice on crafting a resume that demonstrates value to an employer and maximizes the return on education investment, click here.
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