Concierge College Counseling
A Full-Service Counseling and Coaching Program
For students/parents who prefer one-on-one individualized counseling and coaching.
For students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who are taking regular, honors, AP or IB courses, attending high school in the United States and wanting to attend a college in the United States.
The Concierge College Counseling Program Includes:
I can offer you 8 years of experience in working with students and parents in the college planning and application process.
My students have been admitted to top-tier public and private universities, including UCLA, Michigan, Barnard, George Washington, Bucknell, Syracuse, Trinity College and more.
There are no practice rounds when applying to college. Strategy, focus, and impact drive the college planning and application process.
If you would like to review the payment options, click on the buttons below. That being said, if I were you, I would want to meet me before making such a serious decision. So, I encourage you to call or email me, so that I may schedule a meeting with you and your teen. It is critical to me that you and your teen feel comfortable with me, and that I have a chance to assess your goals to make sure we are a good fit. There will be no charge for this introductory meeting.
Call me today at 818.419.4966 or email me at:
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DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with any college nor do I accept compensation from any college for any reason. There are more than 2,800 four-year colleges in the United States, and I cannot know everything about every college. I do my best to provide you with accurate and current information but cannot guarantee its accuracy. Thus, I cannot guarantee your child's college admission success or financial assistance from any college even after using my suggestions, information, or strategies.
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Making decisions based on information presented in my products, services, or websites, should be done with the knowledge that your child may not be admitted to the colleges of his or her choice.
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iCollege Consulting’s phone number is 818-419-4966, the fax number is 310-300-0266 and the e-mail address is:
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A minimum of 40 hours of one-on-one planning and coaching with you and your child.
Review and assessment of current academic records and suggestions for opportunities to improve academic strengths and weaknesses while still in high school
Review and assessment of extracurricular activities including leadership roles
Assisting the student in developing a strategy for taking standardized tests - SAT/ACT, SAT subject tests
Review early application deadlines (e.g. early decision, early action, etc.) to determine if advantageous for the student
Helping the student to identify and prioritize college preferences - what is important to him or her (e.g., accessibility of professors, the opportunity to study abroad, or a school that offers an academic/social balance)
Building a college list that matches the student’s academic, social, and financial needs
Providing a series of worksheets to keep the student on target for what to do and when (deadline charts)
Helping the student to identify teachers who may be writing his/her letters of recommendation – whom should they ask, when to ask, and what should they ask for in a letter of recommendation
Providing a strategy for visiting college campuses – when, where, and how?
Mock interviews – I stage mock college interviews to allow the student to become comfortable with the question and answer process. I prepare the student by providing an outline of frequently asked questions so that they may prepare their answers, which we then practice, review, and critique
Guidance for and review of essays and personal statements. I do not write essays or personal statements for the student!
Review of the completed application package prior to submission by the student; however, the application contents and timeliness of submission remain the sole responsibility of the student
If deferred or waitlisted - what to do and when
Assisting the student in making the college choice - weighing his/her college options
“Linda is highly intelligent and very resourceful. She has been highly professional at every stage of the application process. I cannot emphasize enough how helpful she has been in choosing appropriate colleges and making sure that we followed through with what was required during all stages of the application process. Working with Linda has been a pleasure. She has my highest recommendation.”
“Thank you so, so much for assisting me in the craziness of the college process. This is an important decision for me and I am infinitely grateful that you stuck with me through all of it. I will always appreciate all of your time, suggestions, and advice.”