Revenge!
            Of A
         College Dad
                                                        Watch how
         ...
Here’s a really short
       version of my
    college seminar…
 Let’s talk about getting into college…but I
        won’t...
SAMENESS
Here’s what happens when you apply to colleges: you’ll apply to
the same schools and compete with students with t...
cool!
                      Because you’re




     Well, what’s “cool” really mean? It means to be committed to
something...
1. Make several impressionable phone calls to each
admissions office. And you’ll look very cool if your
parents never call...
Financial Aid
     Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, but let me put
your mind at ease – at least a little bit. There are ...
Easy Step #1: Have your student spend 15 weeks
each summer before each school year at a real job
and bring home $150 a wee...
Easy Step #3: Have your student take out a low-
  interest government Stafford Loan through the
   school each year for 4 ...
Go to my website where
there’s a surprise waiting for
you. You’ll see something so
good for your student that you
may use ...
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College Admissions+Fin Aid Prez2 (2)

  1. 1. Revenge! Of A College Dad Watch how you’ll save $32,000 per child! A real no brainer! BTW, just I Made All The Mistakes, But You Don’t Have To! call me “Paul.” My Iddy-Biddy College Admissions & Financial Aid Stuff Paul Lloyd Hemphill Your College Coaches© Copyright © 2008 Paul Lloyd Hemphill
  2. 2. Here’s a really short version of my college seminar… Let’s talk about getting into college…but I won’t bore you with all the negative stuff about getting in. So the question is, “How do I get in?” Here’s what every student, even the most super, supreme, ultra, and mega-talented student is up against. And it’s so obvious that no one ever sees it! I call it…
  3. 3. SAMENESS Here’s what happens when you apply to colleges: you’ll apply to the same schools and compete with students with the same GPAs and same test scores. That’s because some wise person told you to apply only to schools where you’ve got a chance of getting in. Right? Now comes the killer question: Why should any college accept you?
  4. 4. cool! Because you’re Well, what’s “cool” really mean? It means to be committed to something that you really enjoy. How hard is that?! Colleges are really impressed if you love soccer, DECA, work at a real job, play guitar, football, or sing (sorry, video games don’t count). Just be passionate about what you enjoy, or be committed to doing just one thing! It’s your ticket to getting in. But you need some strategies that create a direct path to that college door with your ticket in hand. There are lots of strategies, and here are 2…
  5. 5. 1. Make several impressionable phone calls to each admissions office. And you’ll look very cool if your parents never call. 2. Have 2 teachers write a story about one of your character traits for 2 great letters of recommendation. Okay…I listed just 2 strategies, and I didn’t say how or why. I sincerely apologize for this omission, but there just isn’t enough space here to give the details. I use an assortment of additional admission strategies found in my book that come from my 20-plus years as a professional marketer and advertising designer. For the moment, let’s move on to…
  6. 6. Financial Aid Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, but let me put your mind at ease – at least a little bit. There are some very practical no-cost ways to afford college. And one of my winning strategies, which you’ll never see at a high school financial aid night, is how to save a minimum of $32,000 in college costs. And that’s PER child without the parent ever borrowing a dime. Here’s the strategy in 3 easy steps…
  7. 7. Easy Step #1: Have your student spend 15 weeks each summer before each school year at a real job and bring home $150 a week. That’s all! Over 4 years, that’s $9,000 you did not spend on your child’s expenses at school. Many students have told me I’m way too conservative with my numbers here . Easy Step #2: Have your student sign up for college work-study. At a minimum of $500 per semester, that’s $4,000 over 4 years. Work-study can pay as high as $2,000 per semester. Not bad! So far, we have a savings of $13,000 over 4 years – that’s adding the 2 figures above: $9,000 + $4,000. Now…roll the drums for the BIG ONE…
  8. 8. Easy Step #3: Have your student take out a low- interest government Stafford Loan through the school each year for 4 years. Guess how much your student receives that you NEVER sign for? $19,000! And the student pays nothing on it until after graduation. Let’s do the math: 1. $9,000 from 15 weeks of work each summer 2. $4,000 of work-study, and 3. $19,000 of a government low-interest college loan Total: $32,000 that remain in your retirement account Okay…you’ve seen 1 of the most practical 27 financial strategies you can use. Really good stuff. They’ll save you thousands of dollars. Yeah, it’s pretty simple, but simple is all I know how to do. My clients love my strategies. Now what?...
  9. 9. Go to my website where there’s a surprise waiting for you. You’ll see something so good for your student that you may use it for yourself. HINT: it’s About U… www.PreCollegePrep.com And thanks for your time! Your College Coaches©

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