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Admission Consulting: Explain It To Me Like A 3rd Grader


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College admission consulting explained to a 3rd grader.

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Admission Consulting: Explain It To Me Like A 3rd Grader

  1. 1. admission consulting?explain it to me like i’m a 3rd grader version
  2. 2. here’s how it works...
  3. 3. student A wants to go to college
  4. 4. student A meets with guidance counselor
  5. 5. and so do students B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K,L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, AA,BB, CC, DD, EE, FF, GG, HH, II, JJ, KK, LL, MM,NN, OO, PP, QQ, RR, SS, TT, UU, VV, etc...
  6. 6. guidance counselor zillion other students student A
  7. 7. not cool
  8. 8. guidance counselor is overworked
  9. 9. and underpaid
  10. 10. student A needs more help
  11. 11. you get the point
  12. 12. so...
  13. 13. parents call or email Chapman
  14. 14. Chapman meets with family for freeconsultation to determine needs and goals
  15. 15. Chapman emails family proposal stating howhe can help student A
  16. 16. family accepts proposal and Chapman is nowstudent A’s personal admission consultant
  17. 17. he’s like a guidance counselor, but better, andcooler
  18. 18. student A Chapman
  19. 19. cool
  20. 20. well, maybe not cooler, but definitely better
  21. 21. here’s when the better stuff begins
  22. 22. Chapman helps student A search forawesome colleges based on student A’spreferences and goals
  23. 23. Chapman helps student A prepare for theACT or SAT
  24. 24. Chapman coaches student A to write acollege essay with the “dang, that’s good”factor
  25. 25. Chapman helps student A search forscholarships
  26. 26. and then apply for those scholarships
  27. 27. Chapman then helps student A apply to theawesome colleges
  28. 28. student A gets accepted to the awesomecolleges
  29. 29. student A gets scholarships that pay for theawesome colleges
  30. 30. mom and dad like scholarships that pay forthe awesome colleges
  31. 31. Chapman’s job is almost done...
  32. 32. as soon as he checks in with student A
  33. 33. during their first semester of college
  34. 34. just to make sure things are going well
  35. 35. can student A’s guidance counselor do allthat?
  36. 36. didn’t think so
  37. 37. told you Chapman is better
  38. 38. and cooler
  39. 39. ok ok...not cooler...but definitely better
  40. 40. want to hear all this in the “explain it to melike i’m an 11th grader” version?
  41. 41. call or email Chapman today(614) 516-6948e: info@chapmancac.comw: chapmancac.comtweet: @chapmancacthe book: