The Stanford application requires students to answer 11 essays/short answer essays!
Last year, Stanford had over 47,000 students apply for about 2000 spots.
Does your student know how to write Stanford essays in a way that will impress the admissions committee and help him or her stand out from the competition?
Join the experts for essay-by-essay guidance, in a 90-minute webinar.
Can't attend live? All registrants will get a recording of the program.
Susan Goodkin: A national college consultant who attended Harvard, Harvard Law School and Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship, Susan specializes in helping students get into the top schools, including the Ivies and Stanford. This year alone, five of her students were accepted to Stanford.
Hope Murtaugh: Hope is a former Assistant Director of Admission at Princeton, and a Princeton graduate, who has been advising families about college admissions -- including Stanford -- for 13 years. Hope has also been a highly sought after speaker on college admissions for decades, giving presentations throughout the United States and internationally.
What Will Be Covered:
We will be discussing why the Stanford admissions officers have asked each of the 11 questions and what they are looking for in the response to each question. We'll also be giving tips for creating strong responses, including discussing examples from successful Stanford applications, and providing guidance about what NOT to do in the responses!
Plus, we'll have a Q & A after the discussion to answer your Stanford questions.
Students who want to attend Stanford (and their parents) should not miss this!
Sunday, August 25th, 4 pm Pacific Time, 5 pm Mountain Time,
6 pm Central Time, 7 pm Eastern Time
A recording of the program will be sent to all registrants.
Register Now For the Early Registration Discount!
Early Registration Discount -- register by Wednesday, August 14th, only $99
Regular Registration, $129
If you would like the webinar link to be sent to an e-mail other than your paypal e-mail, please send an e-mail to Susan.Goodkin@LearningStrategiesCenter.com.