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How can you distinguish an independent educational consultant who is an ethical professional, working with your student’s best interest as their primary goal from the few who are sub-optimally educated, or worse? Here are a few tips.

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As with all professions, there are highly qualified, ethical independent educational consultants (IECs) who are well equipped to help you define and achieve your post-secondary educational goals.

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Selecting and getting accepted to the right college is one of the most important decisions your family can make. You want to find an institution of higher learning where your student will be both supported and challenged to grow not only academically, but

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When looking to hire an independent educational consultant, every parent dreams of finding the right person who can magically take care of all of their family’s college admissions needs. When interviewing candidates, we are wired to look for the YES.

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The problem with any industry that grows quickly is that licensing standards and regulations rarely keep up with industry growth. While most independent educational consultants are professionals are committed to ensure they have the expertise to help stu

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With heightened competition for college admissions – both domestically and abroad – it’s no wonder the industry of independent educational consultants (IECs) is one of the fastest growing industries (that most people never talk about).

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Congratulations! You are a senior! High school will soon be a distant memory as you embark on the next phase toward college. The problem is, there is still a lot of work to be done. Here is your timeline for Senior Year

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Junior year is the last full academic year that colleges will see so it’s important to put your best effort in now. Take caution, though. Junior year is likely the most difficult year you will face.

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Let’s start with what NOT to do.  Do NOT burst into tears and burn your acceptance letter in protest.  Do NOT interpret the January start date as an indication that you are not a worthy student or don’t deserve a place in the freshman class.

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In order to make this process smooth, successful and as stress-free as possible, it is important to get started now. Remember, the more work you do now, the more you will be able to enjoy all that senior year has to offer.

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