We don’t believe that most freshmen need a private college counselor (thereby proving that we’re far better counselors than we are salespeople). But that doesn’t mean freshmen don’t need to make some decisions about college planning, even this early. And if you’d like some expert advice, we can certainly offer it, especially for families that have a lot of college planning questions.
- Choosing the classes that are necessary for the colleges you dream of attending
- What should freshmen be doing to prepare for college (even though it’s still early)?
- Which standardized tests you should take, and whether or not you should prepare for them.
- A little freshman college planning check up to make sure you’re on track
- Or just schedule some time to get your nagging questions answered.
We’ll let you tell us what you want to discuss in your meetings so we spend time where you want to spend it. And if you’re not sure how many hours you need, just pick the “Free 15–minute Introductory Meeting” below and Arun or Katie can help you make a good decision.
Arun and Katie each work with a small number of students each academic year for an unlimited number of hours. If you’d like to find out more about that option, choose the 15-minute free introductory meeting before so Arun or Katie can meet you first to decide if you’re a good “unlimited-hours” fit together.