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Author: Jason Bullock

Are You an Editor or a College Essay Coach?

About a month before the first big college application deadline, I spent a good deal of time on the phone, sending emails and responding to parent requests to review drafts of college essays students had already written. They wanted someone to look the essays over, edit them, send the students on their merry way. That’s pretty typical Read More

Archives of Prior LINK for Counselors Issues

LINK for Counselors has now been published for 7 years. Looking for a past issue? We have all our prior issues available for download free as PDF’s (and our latest issue in digital format). Here is the page on our website where those can be viewed or downloaded –

College Comparison Worksheet

ACT published a easy to use College Comparison Worksheet that makes it easy for your students to compare the pros and cons of the Colleges they are considering. The items to include to compare the schools they are considering are: Location, Size, Environment, Admission Requirements, Academics, College Expenses, Financial Aid, Housing, Facilities, Activities and Campus Read More

Top Five Things for High School Seniors to Do Before January 1, 2022

Apply for Scholarships and Develop a Scholarship Calendar Many students and parents concentrate on applying for college, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and then wait for the colleges to send them a financial aid offer. After the dollar amounts offered do not meet their needs, then they reach out to people Read More

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