If the new college admissions landscape seems especially anxiety-provoking and confusing, you are not alone. Acceptance rates have narrowed, expectations have expanded..
Led by Dr. Joe Krupnick
If the new college admissions landscape seems especially anxiety-provoking and confusing, you are not alone. Acceptance rates have narrowed, expectations have expanded, and selective colleges rely on a new approach they somewhat confusingly call “holistic” admissions.
We’re excited to announce that The Krupnick Approach is offering a FREE College Planning Webinar Series for all students and parents!
Our webinar series, led by Dr. Joseph Krupnick, will be held on the second Saturday of each month at 4:00PM CST. Each hour-long module of the series will cover a unique aspect of the college planning process and will include a question-and-answer session. Please see below for dates.
With over 15 years of college admissions experience, Dr. Joe Krupnick will guide students and parents through the three core elements of the college admissions landscape: Requirements, Strategy & Positioning, and Discovery.
We hope to see all of you there!
The Krupnick Approach Team
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College Consulting and Essay Support
We are a fully-integrated college prep and college acceptance program, eager and available to meet all students’ and families’ unique needs. We offer continuing support in college selection, college applications, college essays, interview prep, scholarship applications and essays, financial aid applications, and executive functioning & organization. While the rest of the college admissions world uses antiquated models that may have worked 20 years ago, or even pre-COVID, The Krupnick Approach prepares you with methods that work in today’s admissions landscape. We guide students and parents through the three core elements of the college admissions process: Requirements, Strategy and Positioning, and Discovery.
Whether you’re preparing for the ACT/SAT, graduate-level exams, or just looking to improve youracademic performance, having a solid study
Colleges and universities that “superscore” the ACT or SAT will consider each applicant’s highest individual subject score from all