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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

By Elizabeth Heaton

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Description

Did you know that college applications and public college tuition are both up 60 percent since 2002? Getting In: A College Coach Conversation, helps parents and students navigate this changing and challenging landscape. Each week, College Coach experts, all former admissions and financial aid officers, and other industry professionals offer factual information and strategic advice on a range of admissions and college finance topics, including approaching and crafting essays, successfully appealing financial aid decisions, selecting the right college, and determining the most effective savings vehicle to help pay for it. From understanding how institutions evaluate applications to putting together a solid college payment strategy to effectively planning a high school academic and extracurricular program, Getting In addresses the questions and concerns facing all families embarking on the college admissions process. Tune in Thursdays at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety.

Customer Reviews

Informative!

I am going to be a senior applying to colleges this fall and this podcast is so helpful in navigating the entire college process. It has such great information and the available advice has helped me understand the college admission process better. Thank you for all the help!

The college application process is not as scary as you think

Listening to this podcast over the last six months helped calm my fears and give me the information my family needed as our oldest child was creating a college list and applying for college. Don’t let the scary commercial for their coaching services discourage you. The podcast itself tells you what admissions and financial aid officers are looking for as they read applications and how to avoid common pitfalls of that process. Their discussions of what colleges want to see on essays and writing supplements showed me that the common wisdom among parents was wrong. The interviewees and interviewers have frequently worked in admissions (& financial aid) offices and have also worked as admissions coaches or high school counselors so they have frequently seen the admissions process from both sides. This podcast is a great resource for *anyone* who is approaching or in the college search and admission process, it is not aimed solely at those applying to the most selective schools. Topics include whether or not to take a gap year, when college is not the right choice, what if my child is not in the top 10-20% of the class, what if my child’s test scores/grades are not the greatest.

Great information!

I've been listening to this podcast since it began. Elizabeth gives great information for parents and students alike. I'm a parent of a high school junior and though I wish we started sooner, I'm so glad we have this to help guide us through the journey!