Academic and Extracurricular Profile Evaluation & Roadmap

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Academic and Extracurricular Profile Evaluation & Roadmap

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In the Academic and Extracurricular Profile Evaluation & Roadmap, we will provide a one time profile evaluation and consultation. During the consultation (typically ~1.5-2 hours), the student will receive a detailed, customized academic and extracurricular roadmap and plan for the entire duration of high school. Both the student and parents will have a solid understanding of what a strong Ivy League applicant profile should look like and be well prepared to strategically execute upon academics and extracurricular activities in our Academic and Extracurricular Profile Evaluation. 

After you’re through with the Academic and Extracurricular Profile Evaluation & Roadmap, you will gain crystal clear insights on how to navigate the complex college admissions process and have actionable items on how to pursue the next step of your high school journey for the remainder of high school. 

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