6/3/2018 Seminar:How Do An Asian Boy Get Admitted To Stanford

College admissions is becoming more and more competitive. Stanford’s acceptance rate hit a record low this year of 4.29%. For Chinese boy without any legacy, it is harder.

Andrew Li, a typical Asian boy, looks like a well rounded Lynbrook student, why Stanford admitted him at early admission?

Register the seminar and know Andrew’s story:

Time: June 3rd, Sunday 7:30 to 9pm.

Address: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 5, Cupertino, CA 95014
Fee: $30/person. $50/two family members,
Contact: 408-480-2505, 408-480-7547;
Registration: & pay at the door.

Andrew will share with you:

  • Why was Andrew’s tuba playing so appealing to Stanford?

  • How did Andrew do science research and win Grand Prize Alternate to Intel ISEF with no university laboratory or parent involvement?

  • How did Andrew choose his classes?

  • How did Andrew get a good recommendation letter?

  • Discovering extracurricular activities that fit each individual

  • Leadership in clubs and organizations

  • The college application process (essays, activity lists)

  • The role of family support in students’ well-being and success

There will also be a Q&A session at the end.

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