Harvard’s acceptance rate hit a record low this year of 4.92%.
No legacy? Not a recruited athlete? No connections? With college admissions becoming more and more competitive, Asian students around the nation are forced to adhere to higher and higher standards.
Andrew Sima, a typical Asian boy, looks like a well-rounded high school student without any major awards, why would Harvard accept him early admission? How did he meet or even break these standards?
Register for the seminar and discover Andrew’s story:
Time: June 13th, Saturday 7:30 to 9:30pm.(PST)
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Knowledge and Advice that will be shared:
How to win your admissions officer’s heart ?
How to maintain stellar statistics throughout high school (GPA, Rank, SAT, ACT, AP scores)
How did Andrew choose classes?
Ways Andrew finessed his teachers and counselors into providing him with outstanding letters of recommendations
Leadership in his school, clubs and organizations, and in his community
Extensive coverage of his extracurriculars, from violin performance to science research
The college application strategy (essays, activity lists, college search)
The role of family support in students’ well-being and success
There will be a Q&A session at the end, where Andrew will do his best to address concerns parents or students may have.
Get to know Andrew on 6/13! There is no better way to spend your Saturday evening!
*Free for SpringLight’s college counseling students and family members.
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