Here are the questions asked most frequently by parents.
- How can College Planners of South Carolina help?
- Can College Planners of South Carolina help my child get in a school?
- What about financial aid assistance?
- When is the best time to begin the college selection process?
- Do you tutor for SAT or ACT testing?
A: In today’s society, many parents are busy with work and often become frustrated at their son/daughters lack of ability to work with them through picking a college. The reason to hire College Planners of South Carolina is our consultant works directly with the student. At the end of the college selection process, parents and students are often in agreement therefore avoiding a strain of a typical parent/child relationship.
Q: How can College Planners of South Carolina help?
A: A College Planners of South Carolina consultant assists the parent and student in aligning their profile with “good fit” colleges. Parents don’t often get feedback from prospective colleges. But more often than not, college admissions counselors will talk with our objective educational consultants regarding a student and their likelihood of being accepted.
A: When a college recognizes a student as a good fit for them, often they will offer financial resources to assist the student and their parents in making a decision. There are two types of assistances: need based and merit based. Information regarding resources are available.
A: The best time to begin the college selection process is at the beginning of the student’s junior year, however, some parents choose to begin mid-year of the junior year. It is never too early or too late to begin planning your future!