Episode #47: How to Stand Out

Are you wondering how you or your child can be different from the pile of other applicants? In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I will be sharing how high school students can show that they are extraordinary.

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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • 3 key strategies on how to stand out
  • What formulates an Ivy League/Top-Tier theme
  • How my students create, execute, and expand their passion projects
  • What gets admissions officers to say yes

NOTABLE QUOTES:

His passion project shows action, which is the #1 way to stand out.
This is going to create a great domino effect, and it’s going to be a perfect way to incorporate storytelling in his college essays.
This is where the magic happens.

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By Julie Kim Ed.M Harvard University