College Admission Consultation Ethical ACT & SAT Preparation Event Announced

A new discussion event has been announced by College Prep For Girls, focusing on ethical college admissions. CPFG is known for its expert service and helping girls to unleash their inner super power and achieve their goals and dreams.

Los Angeles, United States - May 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

College Prep For Girls has announced an upcoming workshop on ethical college admissions, which will focus on how to get into a great college without breaking the rules or cutting corners. Since the Varsity Blues scandal, parents have acknowledged they are anxious about hiring college admissions assistance for their kids, even though they need it. The workshop on ethical college admissions will be held in July at College Prep for Girls Los Angeles location.

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This frank and open discussion will address how to choose an ethical admissions consultant along with the dos and don’ts of the college admissions process. It will also touch on avoiding shortcuts – even when they appear to be innocent – as well as how families can safeguard themselves against ending up in the shoes of Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.

College Prep For Girls is run by co-founder Reet Alexander, who has 20 years of experience overseeing college preparation, leadership, internship, and mentorship programs for global organizations.

With an accomplished team of conscious college admissions counselors and coaches, College Prep For Girls prides itself on high quality service. The team seeks to ignite the super power inside each girl to assist in launching her to her destiny.

College Prep For Girls is comprised of education experts who have worked in and led successful college prep programs for clients like NASA, National Endowment for the Arts, Los Angeles Unified School District, and the Department for Education. This gives them the experience to know there is no such thing as a “one size fits all approach” to college admissions that can be applied to every family.

For this reason, the team personalizes its approach to suit the needs, goals and potential of each girl it serves. College Prep For Girls college admissions consultants guide students and their families through the competitive college admissions process, which includes college admissions essay writing workshops, building leadership skills in the classroom and extracurricular activities, and ACT and SAT preparation.

The team states: “In addition to ethically preparing girls to write unforgettable essays and study rigorously to do well on standardized tests, we teach them to utilize critical thinking skills and a growth mindset in order to attract and hold the attention of admissions officers at great colleges and universities. We provide unparalleled guidance, but the student must do the work.”

At the upcoming workshop, parents will learn how College Prep For Girls can help them alleviate their concerns about the college admissions process and the Varsity Blues College Admissions Scandal. Parents will also discover how to create an ethical roadmap their children can follow before, during and after college.

Full details can be found at College Prep For Girls.

Contact Info:
Name: Reet
Email: Send Email
Organization: College Prep For Girls
Address: 2236 S Barrington Ave, Los Angeles, California 90064, United States
Phone: +1-310-774-0351

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516080

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