Monica Matthews

At: 6/22/2017 11:34:18 AM
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How Average Students Can Find (and WIN) College Scholarships

If your student has less than stellar grades, he or she can STILL WIN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS. Read this article:

How Average Students Can Find College Scholarships
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Categories: General
Tags: college, scholarships

Monica Matthews

At: 6/19/2017 12:38:32 PM
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3 Simple Tips to Avoid Scholarship Application Mistakes

To win more money for school, students MUST learn how to avoid scholarship application mistakes.

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Tags: college, scholarships, scholarship tips, How to Win College Scholarships

Monica Matthews

At: 6/12/2017 5:36:09 PM
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Apply for College Scholarships with HOT July Deadlines

Many students incorrectly assume that once school is out for the summer, they don’t need to apply for college scholarships. I’m all for fun in the sun and lazy summer days too, but with college debt rising at an alarming rate, I also know the importance of applying for scholarships ALL YEAR ROUND.

Are you or your student looking for scholarships with summer deadlines?

Learn more here:

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Tags: college, scholarships, summer scholarships, July scholarships, apply for college scholarships

Monica Matthews

At: 6/6/2017 2:39:09 PM
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The 12 Most Critical Reasons Students Need a Clean Online Presence

On June 5, 2017, Harvard University rescinded admissions offers to at least 10 students. Why? They posted offensive messages and pictures via social media.

Do students need a clean online presence? YES!


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Tags: college, scholarships, parents, students

CCN Admin

At: 9/6/2016 4:34:53 PM
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Getting into the College of Your Choice

College Admissions Advice from Independent Counselors - pay for qualified advice over the phone

The search for the best college for you doesn't end when you have narrowed down your list of choices.  You still need to apply to and be accepted by a school, and that process can be somewhat daunting.

Fortunately, this is not something you have to stumble through on your own.  You can use an Expert Calling Network ("ECN" for short) to assist you.  An ECN is a system that allows you to pay for a personal phone call with an expert in a given field.  

In the case of students trying to get into colleges, the College Counselor Network is a good resource to utilize.  This network will help you get college admissions advice from independent counselors by paying for qualified advice over the phone

Whether you need advice about what to include in your application or constructive feedback on admissions essays, the College Counselor Network will provide you with a qualified counselor who can assist you in honing your materials and putting your best foot forward.

If you have ever been in a situation where you expended significant time and effort to accomplish something and, after the fact, wished that you had known at the beginning what you learned during the process, then you can see the value in using a consulting network. 

There's no need for you to reinvent the wheel; instead, you can take advantage of the know

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Tags: College Admissions, Independent Counselors, Admissions Essays

CCN Admin

At: 5/19/2016 4:01:58 PM
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Navigate College Admissions with Experts Dedicated to You!

College Admissions Advice from Independent Counselors - pay for qualified advice over the phone

You may think that preparing your college application is something that can easily be done yourself, with a little research. A few searches of "Top 10 things considered in a college application" can give you an idea of what Admissions Counselors are looking for in prospective students. However, Google and free seminars are not your best guides to being accepted to your dream school.

Imagine this: If your car's transmission blew, would you ask your neighbor down the street to replace it since he's had his transmission replaced before? Unless your neighbor is an auto mechanic, the answer is probably no. You would go to the experts--those who have replaced a blown transmission on your make and model of car multiple times. Why treat your college application any different?

Experts lead some seminars, but what will you really get out of a one hour session shared with possibly a hundred or more other individuals? You might get a general sense of what and how to prepare, but you won't receive any information on how to prepare your specific application for the colleges you are applying to.

The College Counselor Network ECN does everything your Google searches, free seminars, and recent grad cousin cannot--their specialists can offer expert advice that is a perfect match to your specific situation and your goals for the future. You re

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Tags: College Admissions, Independent Counselors, Admissions Counselors, ExpertCallingNetwork, College Counselor Network

CCN Admin

At: 5/3/2016 9:57:10 AM
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Polish Your College Application by Getting Advice from Counselors through Phone Calls with College Counselor Network ECN

Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Choosing the best school for you can be difficult if you're looking for the exact right fit. Or maybe you've been dreaming of attending a certain college since you were young, and now the time has come. Either way, if you've made the choice and know exactly which college you want to attend, what's next?

Once you've chosen the college, now it's time to apply. Applying for admission to a university can be a complicated and confusing process. Things like resumes, letters of recommendation, and essay answers can be the difference between being accepted or rejected. Not only that, but the process to apply to a university isn't always clear. If you're feeling overwhelmed, you're not alone. But there is help available to you!

Luckily, there is a great option for future students who are looking to effectively apply to their college of choice. You can seek college admissions advice from independent counselors through the College Counselor Network ECN form Brainsy. The College Counselor Network ECN (Expert Calling Network) is an exceptional service that connects prospective students with professionals who can help them through the admissions process. These professionals are experts in their field who are looking to help you make the most out of your application process. They can help clear any confusion, answer any questions you may have, and give helpful advice.

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Tags: College, Admission, ECN, Counselor, University, ADvice, Prospective Students

CCN Admin

At: 4/12/2016 11:43:57 AM
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Selecting the Best Independent Counselors for College Admissions Advice: What Are YOU Looking For?

You can pay for college admissions advice from any number of independent counselors who provide their qualified advice over the phone, but the first question you should ask is whether the counselor you are paying is the right person for you. You will not receive the targeted advice you need to make your best decision if your counselor just plugs your GPA and ACT/SAT scores into a formula, or the counselor immediately assumes that you want to attend an Ivy League or some other name brand school. Before you contact and pay for a college admissions counselor, you should understand two preliminary matters, and then you should proceed from those matters to interview and qualify your counselor.

The first preliminary matter is that "we" are not going to college, only "you" are. Many well-meaning parents and family members become overly-involved in the college admission process. This is entirely understandable, given that parents will want to see their children succeed and that they will be paying for the bulk of their children's college experience. Nonetheless, the time that you spend at your college will be your time. You need to understand what you (and not your parents) want from a college in order for your college admissions counselor's advice to have any value.

The second preliminary matter is that there are more than 4,000 two- and four-year colleges in the United States. This further implies that there is some place in that college universe for everyon...more

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Tags: Parents, Family, Admission, Colleges, Ivy League