Brighter Brains Institute offers Free Presentations and affordable (sliding scale) advice on College Admissions
Do you want to know:
WHICH COLLEGE IS RIGHT FOR YOU? CAN YOU GET IN? CAN YOU AFFORD IT?ARE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE? WHAT CAREER PATH SHOULD YOU PURSUE?
Brighter Brains Institute promotes equality in educational opportunities
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INSTRUCTOR: Hank Pellissier is an education journalist for GreatSchools.org where he writes about college admissions, brain development, and character virtues. He’s director of the Brighter Brains Institute, author of Brighter Brains: 225 Ways to elevate or injure intelligence, and he’s taught multiple grades ranging from preschool to college.
ESSAYS & INFO:
For efficiency in your guidance, answer the questions below. (cut & paste questions into your email, answer them, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org)
High School GPA:
SAT/ACT scores (if available):
Special Interests (sports, music, theater, science, leadership, volunteer work, etc.):
Budget for College (approximate):
Parents’ Income (do you qualify for financial aid?):
Parents’ Education (are you a ‘first-in-college’ applicant? Could you be a ‘legacy’ applicant?)
Distance from Home you’d like your college to be (50 miles away, 100 miles away, 1,000 miles away, etc.):
Intended College Major (several possibilities, if needed):
Are you looking for a college with a small, medium, large, or huge population of students?