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[Free Class!] Scholarship-Winning Transcript Tips

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Perhaps, like me, paying for college is a huge and scary concern for you. I did my research, and thankfully my children both earned full tuition scholarships to their first choice university. I'm not the only one, either. I've been giving parents scholarship-winning transcript tips for over a dozen years.

I've collected the most impactful tips and will share them in my next free class - Scholarship-Winning Transcript Tips - on Thursday, July 8 at 1:00pm (Pacific Time). Join me, and maybe you can be a scholarship-winning family as well!

You may be thinking that only high-scoring geniuses earn college scholarships (that's not the case!). Or maybe you've been trying to research scholarships and are not finding the success you want. Take heart! Having a well-planned homeschool transcript can really showcase your child's education and make your child "attractive" to colleges. When you join my class you'll learn how to make your student's transcript stand out, getting the biggest scholarships!

In this class I'll show you:

  • How to make a transcript "official"
  • How to write perfect class titles
  • How to record grades and credits
  • How to make your child's transcript shine 
  • Marketing tricks and tips
  • Tips to make a professional, scholarship-winning transcript quickly
  • As always, there will be time toward the end for me to answer any questions you may have.

Scholarship-Winning Transcript Tips
Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 1:00pm (Pacific Time)

This is going to be YOUR year to get those big scholarships that you want for your child! But, without these scholarship-winning transcript tips, you'll just stay exactly where you are right now. Join me on Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 1:00 (Pacific Time), and I'll take you through the strategies that WORK.

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