Join me for a free webinar:

Why Top Students Don't Get Into Top Colleges --
Including a Special 2021 Update!

We'll discuss what you need to know and what mistakes to avoid - - starting in 9th grade - - about topics including curriculum, testing (lots of changes this year!), extracurricular activities, and college applications, including application options (options like ED 2, which didn't exist when we applied, can radically impact your student's chances of getting in!).

Plus, a Q & A session!

All registrants will also receive a college-planning hand-out.

Join us for this free webinar on one of two dates:

Saturday, February 13, 11 am PT, noon MT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET

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Sunday, February 21st, 4 pm PT, 5 pm MT, 6 CT, 7 pm ET

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"Lots of helpful info and strategies presented to better help my kids prepare for the college application process."

"Susan is informative and takes her time to explain and answer every question. You can see that she really loves doing this."

"Informative and well presented! This is my 2nd webinar, and I will sign up for more."

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Susan Goodkin: Last year alone, national college consultant Susan Goodkin had 16 students admitted to the Ivies and Stanford -- and over the past two years alone, she's had 10 students admitted to Stanford, 6 students admitted to Harvard, and 6 students admitted to Yale, along with many admissions to the other Ivies as well.  

In addition to the Ivies and Stanford, Susan has also helped many students get admitted to other highly selective colleges including MIT, Cal Tech, Duke, U.Chicago, Vanderbilt, Tufts, Berkeley, UCLA, Northwestern, and Johns Hopkins.

Susan is a graduate of Harvard University, Harvard Law School, and Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.

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