Do you want to receive the ‘Thick Envelope’ in the spring of your student’s 12th grade year? It’s the Thick Envelope that comes with a letter of admission, along with other forms for housing, orientation, deposits, payment, and perhaps even financial aid. Often you can determine whether your student is in or out just by looking at the envelope’s thickness.
For an inside track to receiving the Thick Envelope, do yourself a favor and watch this brief, 10 minute video on Top 7 Insider Admissions Tips. These are valuable nuggets that you and your student should follow to improve your admissons chances. I cover these tips and MUCH MORE during my 4th Annual College Pete’s ‘Thick Envelope Magic’ Admissions and Application Boot Camp.
- This event is for rising 12th graders during the summer before senior year. Along with these insider tips I also cover
- The all-important application essay
- Key strategies on visiting colleges
- interviewing strategies that make a strong, positive impression
- The right way to ask for teacher recommendations so that they’ll THANK YOU!
- Researching and selecting colleges so that you maximize your chances for admission
- Doing the little things to improve your chances at admission
Last year’s attendees had the following to say about my event:
“You actually explained things to me that I’ve never heard from my guidance counselor or anyone else.” C.H.
Accepted to: Hope College, Alma College, Muhlenberg College, Denison College, USF, University of Tampa
“I now know how to prepare for the essay and what to do about the interview process.” S.R.
Accepted to/Headed to: UCF Full Ride
“I was so relieved with the schedule prepared for us and learned a lot about the process, how to fill out the forms and my responsibilities.” D.L.
Accepted to: UF (Full Ride), Colorado College, Emerson College
“I’d recommend this event to every senior.” V.V.
Accepted to: George Washington University, Boston College, Boston University, UF, FSU, University of Miami
Attending: George Washington University with $32,000 in aid
For more information or to register for the event, go to www.thick-envelope.com. The price is $247, but if you act before June 1 you can save $50 of the fee. Give your student a head start this summer!