Juniors: Colleges want to feel loved

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Tell colleges you are intrigued with their campus and interested in their programs! Showing your interest can boost your chances of getting admitted. Colleges want to know not only that prospective students will bring a positive vibe to the campus—they want to know that if they admit you, you will likely accept their offer! In short….colleges want to be loved as much
as students want colleges to love them!

Call us at (818) 207-0263 to discuss what you can do to become a competitive applicant for colleges. Our advisors will interact with you face to face and will offer you the best and the most effective tips regarding college admission.

A student’s “demonstrated interest” can be a pivotal factor in admissions decisions. Students have various opportunities to show genuine interest in the colleges they are applying to. College fairs and tours, college visits, interviews, and notes to admissions offices all give students the opportunity to demonstrate interest. Students can of course solidify their interest by sharing SPECIFIC DETAILS in their essays about why they’re looking forward to attending each college.

Colleges are more likely to favor the student who shows interest. Students who show interest to colleges have a higher chance of being admitted when compared to students who have similar qualifications but who don’t demonstrate the same level of interest. Many colleges track this data so be sure to get in touch with the colleges you like!

We guide our students on very specific methods of demonstrating interest which can include scheduled visits, direct contact by email and applying early – plus so much more. At Navigatio College Consulting, we are familiar with the admissions process and know key strategies to increase your chances of getting admitted. We teach our students how to be effective communicators.

We coach our students to get the attention of admissions reps so when applications come in, our students stand out in their minds! More and more students are applying to college so the competition is rising. Are you trying to be a competitive applicant? Showing genuine interest may just be the extra boost that makes all the difference.