Take a piece of ice, warm it from zero degrees to one degree. Do you see any difference? Now keep warming it by one degree. You don't see a difference until you hit 32 degrees. That is the beauty of phase transition. There is a certain threshold you must meet in order to change. I believe the same philosophy applies to college admissions. You get one chance to melt the ice. Most admissions advice books will tell you that there is no secret formula or magic recipe to get you in to the college of your choice. They are wrong. Those books will tell you to work hard on the SATs and become captain/president/manager of every club and sport you can. They will have you throw everything you have at the admissions committee hoping something will stick. That's sloppy and ineffective. In qJust One Degreeq, I will take you through the process of knowing what will show the admissions committees your true potential. We will work together to put together an irresistible application that is perfect for you. We will make sure we melt the ice with that one extra degree.-14 chapters of advice on how to make the most of high school-Comprehensive Glossary of Terms-Timeline for all four years of high school-Worksheets for use throughout high school-Section by Section analysis of Common Application-Breakdown of common essay questions-FAQs from around the web-Harvard Special NotesThata#39;s sloppy and ineffective. In aquot;Just One Degreeaquot;, I will take you through the process of knowing what will show the admissions committees your true potential.
|Title||:||Just One Degree|
|Author||:||Priten Hiten Shah|
|Publisher||:||P3 Publishing - 2013-07-01|