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Admissions Advice

Councillor
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How to get councillor? ( for free) to guide me through admission process and help me get admitted..

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5 months ago

I don't know if your school has this, but my school has a college and career center where they can lead you to good counselors based on economic class, grades, etc.

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5 months ago

If you attend an HS in the US, you have college counselors in HS. However, perhaps you attend a HS in another country so that is more difficult.

The college applications and guidance business is multi-billion dollar business around the world and many students of wealth can afford to pay professionals a hefty sum to help them get into good colleges.

Besides the free websites like CV, I don't know what your options are if you are in East Asia and have no money to spend on a counselor.

You have to spend some time google or bing searching on "Free College Advising or Counselling for International student" or other search parameters.

Here's what I've found so far.

https://www.idp.com/india/what-we-do/free-study-abroad-counselling/

https://www.studies-overseas.com/online-counselling

Sorry, but most CV members are Americans so this kind of question rarely comes up.

Do your online homework, and be careful as I'm certain some of these outfits say they are free but perhaps hound you for money or try to upsell you later on.

Good luck.

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5 months ago

high schools typically have an academic counselor. See if yours does. If not, you can set up a free meeting with one online at:

https://www.crimsoneducation.org/us/contact/

this link is for US universities I believe, and crimson education helps students around the globe get into top universities. So if you're an international student or a national one looking for an American university, this may help.

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5 months ago

im most confident that most if not all schools have a school counselor that could walk you through the admission process and get you ready for it.

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