Everything You Need To Know For Filling Out The Common App

Next workshop date: Wednesday, October 24th from 8:30 – 9:30 PM

 

Have you been feeling unsure about how to help your son or daughter fill out the Common Application correctly?

 

Do you want to make sure that your son or daughter answers each section accurately and appropriately, and submits the right information to portray his or her strengths?

 

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this upcoming workshop is for YOU!

 

 

$37.00

Next workshop date: Wednesday, October 24th from 8:30 – 9:30 PM

 

Have you been feeling unsure about how to help your son or daughter fill out the Common Application correctly?

 

Do you want to make sure that your son or daughter answers each section accurately and appropriately, and submits the right information to portray his or her strengths?

 

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this upcoming workshop is for YOU!

 

 

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Our resident college admissions expert, Marisa Meddin (Founder of Talk College To Me), is hosting a LIVE workshop called: “Conquering the Confusing Common Application: How To Avoid Filling out The Common Application Incorrectly.”

During this session, Marisa will log into her own Common Application account while sharing her computer screen with you…

She’ll then walk you, step by step, through each and every section of the Common App…showing you exactly what information to include and exclude in each section to ensure your Senior submits the strongest possible applications.

This will be an intimate, LIVE workshop, where you can speak directly with Marisa and other participants to ask your specific questions.

For instance…

  • Should your kid fill out the race and ethnicity sections of the application?
  • Can your kid send different essays to different schools?
  • Can your kid change their career interests once the application has been submitted?
  • Should your child apply as “undecided” or choose a major (even if they’re unsure about it)?