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To spend more time with our existing and potential new clients, we’re shifting our blog focus to sharing our extensive bi-monthly newsletters with currently enrolled and interested students and their families. We offer detailed information and will keep you up to date on college planning practices including: high school curriculum – (did you know there’s a new AP course—AP Pre-Calculus), Standardized Testing (New SAT format roll-out and what you can expect), Extracurricular Importance (what’s a passion project and why is it important) and Financial Aid (there’s a new FAFSA Format).
We continue to provide our detail-rich database of historical blogs all emphasizing the importance of early educational and college admissions planning -leading to joyous, self-directed and well-informed students. For the latest information on many pressing topics, again, we’re no longer blogging but we hope you’ll join our mailing list to receive our bi-monthly newsletter.
If there’s a particular newsletter of interest (several noted below)- let us know, and we’ll send you a link to our most recent writing on this topic.
College Admissions Planning and Educational Advising services with Bonnie Rabin, PhD
In addition to reviewing our website, YouTube Channel, Google reviews and other socials, please enjoy a bit of information about our practice philosophy below.
You’ve come to the right place to launch your personalized educational strategy to realize your educational goals.
Dr. Rabin guides students nationwide having interests in STEM, Business, Arts and Humanities. We’re certain we can inspire and assist in shaping your emerging interests and building a personalized and flexible Educational and College Admissions plan.
Dr. Rabin works with students nationwide beginning as early as 8th grade. While she serves students of all academic levels, our services are most appropriately paired with highly motivated and coachable young adults. We partner with parents to support responsible and self-motivated behaviors and expect parents to provide our emerging young-adults with the necessary space and support to navigate their path. We support – but don’t ever handhold your student. Dr. Rabin is a knowledgeable and personable coach—don’t take our word for it- read our Google reviews posted on both our East and West Coast Google pins.
Students can expect frequent and regular virtual communications about their academic progress and also an authentic trusted ear each at each meeting. Dr. Rabin is often told students are inspired by working together and parents observe changes taking place as their emerging young adults become confident, motivated, and directed high school students. We welcome the opportunity to the opportunity to be of service to your family.
Is Your Student Intrinsically Motivated?
It is indeed never too early to begin taking steps to ensure your student(s) have a long-term strategic education plan that fosters their love of learning, solid time management skills and a directed path towards their undergraduate experience.
As you’ll read about in our blogs and if you sign up – our newsletters–, it’s important to Dr. Rabin that each student develops a passion for learning that is intrinsically motivated. This ensures a seamless transition to a campus community and the demands/challenges of the undergraduate academic and social experience.
If there’s a particular newsletter of interest- let us know, and we’ll send you a link to our most recent writing on this topic.
High School Course Planning – AP vs IB vs AICE
Which AP Classes Are Advisable for Intended STEM, Business or Humanities paths?
The Value of Pre-College Summer Programs, High School Internships and High School Research
Competitions and Contests = Building a College Admissions Portfolio
College Applications—Common App – Everything You Need to Know
Common App 2023-24 College Admissions Essays—The Personal Statement
STEM College Essays
Common App 2023-24 – College Admissions – How to Write your College Specific Supplemental Essays
SAT vs ACT, Test Optional College Admissions- Everything to Know About Tests and Your College Application
How to submit your FAFSA and CSS Profiles
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