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Question: When should my family begin the search for a college counselor? Answer: It really depends on your specific needs. If you work closely with a college counselor beginning in Sophomore (or even Freshman) year, we can assist with course selection, testing strategies and summer planning. High school should show a progression of both academic rigor and extracurricular activities. Partnering at this early stage can prove to be beneficial in making choices that will position your student to stand out during the application process. Junior year is also an ideal time to begin working together. Starting anywhere from January through May of your teen's junior year will give you enough time to generate a plan of action for a successful result. Some students even start in the fall of senior year! This is what we call "crunch time" and we have worked with many students who have successfully navigated this process within this narrow window.
Question: What if we need help with athletic recruitment or assistance with the performing arts process?
Answer: AdmissionSavvy can provide assistance with any special circumstances in the admissions process, from athletics and the arts, to evaluations and guidance with pre-professional programs. Drawing upon an extensive network of experts and advisors, your needs will be fully met. We recognize that every situation is unique and we will ensure that your family receives the support you need to ensure a successful outcome.