July 28th Workshop aims to help students get an Edge on Admission to Top 100 Universities
Brookhaven, GA, July 14, 2016 – The Post Reports – With 20 Million students applying to college each year, and submitting applications to up to 15 schools, admissions to Top 100 Colleges has become insanely competitive. It’s not enough to have the highest GPA or SATs and a track record of leadership. Reports show that 67%-96% of ALL applicants to Top 100 schools will be rejected.
Brookhaven’s iFOLIO and Georgia Tech Admissions is offering a College Admissions Workshop on July 28th to help high potential students get an edge on the college admissions process.
Most College workshops outline the admissions process and the widely available statistics. What is not available to students is insider insight on the type of track record that gets acceptance, and even merit based scholarships.
“Top 100 College Admissions is like The Hunger Games. Now applicants have 14 AP classes on their transcript and close to perfect SAT scores. Students who want to succeed need to know what they are up against, and develop a strategy for an edge. We want to help them begin that process” Jean Marie Richardson, President and CEO of iFOLIO Corp.
The workshop will help students get a view of the competitive landscape and begin to develop their own plan for an edge from planning courses, activities, to Recommendations, and developing digital portfolios.
Students and parents will hear from Georgia Institute of Technology Director of Admissions Rick Clark, Stamps Foundation Executive Director, Randy McDow, and iFOLIO Corp President and CEO, Jean Marie Richardson, and get a tour of Georgia Tech with a view of Olympic Swim Team USA practicing at Georgia Tech’s Aquatic Center.
Registration is open but limited!
Register today at bit.ly/CollegeAdmissionsWorkshop