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9 Question Check-Up for Planning Senior Year

 Senior year starting and you have a child that is college bound? Do a quick check to make sure you are ready to go!

Senior year starting and you have a child that is college bound? Do a quick check to make sure you are ready to go!

If you have a senior this year, let's do a quick check to see how prepared you are for the coming year.

  1. ​Have you chosen 4-8 colleges where your teen will apply? How to Find a College
  2. Is there a mix of reach, fit, safety, public, and private? Reach, Fit, and Safety Simplified 
  3. Have you visited each of those colleges and taken notes? Visit Colleges in the Spring
  4. Have you gotten to know the admission adviser at each college? What Colleges Really Want is Demonstrated Interest
  5. Have you compared the statistics at each college? Guidance Counselor Pro Tip: Read College Statistics
  6. Does you know how to write an application essay? Tips for Tackling College Application Essays  
  7. Does he have two SAT or ACT tests completed already? Super-score to Improve Scholarships 
  8. Can you complete all college applications by early November at the latest, for best results? Read How to Make a Homeschool Transcript and How to Write Perfect Course Descriptions.
  9. Do you know ALL the "college coupons" for best scholarships? How Homeschoolers Earn Scholarships

Have you considered the College Launch Solution to get monthly "to do" lists? You can look around and see if it's worth it to you here: Peek Inside the College Launch Solution. The College Launch Solution is 56 hours of training on how to get admission and scholarships, with ebooks, classes and downloads. It includes a monthly "to do list" on the first of each month, a weekly consultation with me when you choose Private Coaching, and 24/7 access to the Insider's Club on Facebook so you can ask other members questions if I'm not available.

I hope I can help you navigate Senior year and get the best possible scholarships for your child so they can graduate debt-free!

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Comments 2

Lee Binz on Wednesday, 25 July 2018 15:34

You're welcome Jessica! I'm so glad you find them helpful


You're welcome Jessica! I'm so glad you find them helpful Blessings, Lee
Jessica Zbavitel on Wednesday, 25 July 2018 11:02

Your checklists are always extremely helpful. Thanks!

Your checklists are always extremely helpful. Thanks!
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