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Getting into college can be like navigating stormy seas without a compass. College Admissions Counselor, Brad Barnes, has over 30 years of experience as a private college admissions consultant: he will help you find a college that fits your student academically, emotionally, and financially. He has personally helped thousands of students like yours get into the right school the first time. By putting his experience to work for your student you can give them full passage to a bright future.  More...

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Gaining admission into the right school can be extremely competitive. With more students applying to school than are accepted, it can be tough to find a college that fits. Students need the assistance of a college admissions counselor like Denver college admissions advisor Brad Barnes to help them navigate these often confusing waters. Brad understands students and the college admissions process. He knows how to help students put their best efforts forward when applying to college. More...

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When it comes to the SAT and ACT tests both students and parents are anxious. We’re here to lessen that anxiety by offering SAT/ACT prep classes that are geared towards and are adaptive to each individual student’s strengths and weaknesses. More...

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October 2017 Topics Covered:

  • Choosing the "Right" Application - Here's a rundown of the most commonly used college applications and information on how to choose the ones best for you.
  • Majoring in Psychology - Psychology is the second most popular major on US college campuses.  What can you do with a major in psychology and is this the right major for you?
  • It's Time to Complete Financial Aid Forms - Oct. 1st marks the opening of the FAFSA application for students who will attend college in 2018-19.  Who should be completing the FAFSA and the CSS Profile and how do you do these?
  • Show Your Colleges Some Love - More than 3/4 of all US colleges consider "demonstrated interest" in evaluating applicants.  How can you show your colleges that you'd really like to attend?