How To Get Into Your Top Choice for College

How To Get Into Your Top Choice for College

Vanguard College Prep
214.488.4333
www.vanguardcp.com
Rockbrook Dr., # 307
Lewisville, TX 75067

Vanguard College Prep has been working to provide holistic preparation in the Denton community over the last 5 years. Instead of a taking a cliche one-size-fits-all approach prevalent in the education industry, we address the college application process through meaningful test-prep, individualized college counseling, and essay consultation that is tailored to each student.

When it comes to competitive college admissions, these are the three key steps to getting into your dream school.

Know Your stuff

In showcasing your smarts, there’s no faking it. The best way to achieve high scores is through engaging in meaningful learning with the content and aligning your focus to the test. Discover your areas of weakness, and seek to better understand those concepts. Keep practicing, and take full, timed tests.

Choose the Right College

While you build the list of colleges you’re interested in, keep in mind class-size, location, and program specialities. Consider what you’re looking for from a social and academic environment. Visit colleges early, so you have a chance to see these factors in action. Discover what you want, and work to tailor your applications to the colleges that fit.

Plan Financially
As tuition costs rise, keeping debt negligible has never been more important for families. Start early. Find out your Expected Family Contribution to know how much to save. Know what scholarships you qualify for, and prep well-written essays to win.


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