In this first lesson, Linda talks about how to make sure you communicate with your teen about goals, and set goals wisely.
Here's Why You Should Take This Course
Whether your teen is a freshman or senior, this course will give you a great introduction to how admissions officials will view their college applications, and how you can help them be prepared. College applications don’t have to be a stressful experience with some planning and preparation. It will show you the key things to focus on in your college application to impress college admissions officials.
Linda King and The King Advantage have helped thousands of students get into colleges from Cornell to Cal Poly, and this introduction is something every parent should take.
Here’s what you’ll learn from this course:
- The importance of setting goals with your student early and often
- How college admissions officials view academic curriculum and rigor
- How to set your student apart with extracurriculars, community service, talents and interest
- The importance of a social media strategy
Who Should Take This Course?
- Parents of high-school students, from freshman to senior year of high school.
Linda’s second lesson explains how college admissions officials view a student’s tests and transcripts, and how parents can help their teens create a great academic background for college admissions.
In lesson three, Linda walks through the non-academic portions of your teen’s college application: essays, extracurriculars, community service, talent, and interest – and explains how they are viewed and weighed by college admissions departments.
In lesson four, which is critical for every parent in this age, Linda talks about how important it is to develop a social media plan for a teen as early as possible in high school.
Lesson five explains how The King Advantage can help you and your teen develop a strategic plan for college admissions, and reduce the stress of applying by thinking through things early.