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Application packaging, one of CollegePrepExpress’s THREE specialty areas, is arguably THE single most important criterion for college admissions. Join Dr. and special guest Jean Hanff Korelitz, author of Admission, the fabulous novel on which the recent Tina Fey and Paul Rudd movie is based. Their discussion about her book, the movie, and her experience as an application reader for Princeton University will help you present yourself in the best possible light in your applications.
• Given the primacy of grades and tests scores, how important are the applications themselves?
• What are the main components of the CommonApp and how do they work together?
• Tips for writings compelling personal essays
• How important are the supplement applications and what tips/tricks are there for those?
• Nightmares in applications adjudication
• How best to make application readers “fall in love” with you
NACAC PRESIDENT AND UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR JIM RAWLINS RETURNS
Law school admission consultant Ann Levine of www.lawschoolexpert.com, and LSAT tutor Nathan Fox, will answer questions and provide advice and strategy for one lucky law school applicant currently studying for the LSAT. Stay tuned for advice on law school applications and LSAT preparation!
Law school admission consultant Ann Levine and LSAT instructor Nathan Fox will offer words of wisdom to someone studying for the June LSAT and applying to law school this fall. Tune in for a 30-minute no-holds-barred law school advice session.
This law school applicant is biracial, transferred undergraduate schools and was a college athlete. Listen in as Ann tears apart her resume and Nathan coaches her through Logic Games. Ann also gives tips on law school interviews.
Ann Levine, law school admission consultant and author of The Law School Admission Game, and Nathan Fox of FoxTestPrep.com, will help a struggling law school applicant make decisions and strategize about how to present herself in the admission process.
Mer is a law school applicant with 1-2 years of work experience in a non-law related field. She worked throughout college so her college GPA is lackluster and she is struggling with the LSAT. She wants to attend a law school on scholarship.
Listen in as Ann helps her through a personal statement topic and Nathan walks her through preparing for the June LSAT.
Last week the Lame Stream Media indulged two obsessions, one old, and one new. The former, their celebration of the anniversary of the tenth anniversary of the liberation of Iraq by demonizing Pres. George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and their new shiny hobby horse, the essential and immediate legalization of so-called same sex marriage, there was actual news that will affect you and your family. During a hearing in the House Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, Barack Obama’s Department of Homeland Security made a stunning admission, one that went virtually unreported, even on so-called “conservative” news outlets like Fox News. Do you know about it? If not, listen and learn not only about another instance of incompetence, at best, or deliberate malfeasance, at worst when it comes to securing the border. We’ll discuss this shocking revelation with our guest Mark Kirkorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. We’ll also ask him about Sen. Rand Paul’s extremely disappointing statement earlier this week, an effective endorsement of open borders, and what about those Chinese baby factories in California? Is it time to put an end to birthright citizenship, and do we need a constitutional amendment to do it? A very special Second Amendment Update featuring bloated sack of fat Michael Moore, who was also celebrating an anniversary, that of his Oscar-winning crockcumentary “Bowling for Columbine.” You are not going to believe what the Round Mound Whose LIes Astound has to say about the reason for gun violence in America. We’ll hear the porcine propagandist. Plus, a little man with a big mouth and bigger wallet, New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, displays his Napoleon complex AGAIN with a $12 million dollar ad campaign to defeat candidates who support your 2nd Amendment rights.
College Admission: Do You Know the Successful Strategies to Get Your Teenager into College? Join us as we speak with Andrea K. Frimmer, M. Ed., Prep4CollegeNow, www.Prep4CollegeNow.com as we learn how employing successful college admission strategies will get your teenager accepted into the colleges of his or her choice.
THIS EVENING, 11/03/2013,AT 7PM IT'S TIME TO COME ON DOWN TO GAYLE'S BLUES JOINT. WHERE YOU'LL HEAR THE BEST BLUES AND SASSY MUSIC. THERE IS NO ADMISSION FEE AND THE FOOD AND DRINKS ARE FREE. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND, THE BACK 2 ZERO MARTINI,IS HERE EVERY SUNDAY FOR YOUR DRINKING PLEASURE,SERVED ON THE ROCKS OR FROZEN.JADE OF THE G-SPOT LOVE ZONE, SENT A SPECIAL DRINK OF HER'S CALLED "FLIRTATION MARTINI" THEY ARE BOTH DE-LIC-IOUS DRINKS.SO GRAB BOTH MARTINI'S A B2Z , AND A FLIRTATION, A PLATE OF FOOD, SIT BACK AND RELAX. I GOT YOU
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