Shrinking the Cost of College: How to Start Planning in the Middle School Years [016]

by | Apr 3, 2018

Shirag Shemmassian helps high-achieving high school students get into Harvard, Stanford, and other top colleges. He received his B.S. in Human Development from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA.

I’m excited to dive into the discussion with you about shrinking those high costs to something more manageable for families…Good news! It’s easier than you think!

We’ll cover:

  • 2 reasons to think about college in the middle school years
  • How to help your child stand out from the crowd in the admissions process
  • Which clubs and extracurricular activities matter the most (and it’s not what you think)
  • Common misconceptions of how schools select scholarship applicants
  • How to lower the cost of college to ZERO

Grab Shirag’s must-have items from the show notes:

Read:  How Any Extracurricular Activity Can Get You Into College

Download:  The Ultimate Guide to Applying and Winning College Scholarships

Connect with Shirag:

Shemmassian Consulting

Adrianne Meldrum

Adrianne Meldrum

Owner of Math for Middles

I’m the owner and creator of the math videos here at Math for Middles.  I’ve tutored students for over ten years.  When I am not creating here, you’ll find me down by the river with my family.  Interested in working with me?  Connect with me here.

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