College Coaching

College Entrance and Preparation Coaching

Have you decided where you are going to college? Have you created a wish list of schools? Do you know what kind of student the colleges may be looking for? Do you know the requirements to get in? Do you know how to apply? Can you tell your story in a compelling way?

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Scottsdale Education Center’s College Coach is Kim Duckworth, SEC owner. Kim specializes in the application process including resume development, application essay writing and question selection, the common application, college research, timeline development, letters of recommendation, in-state admissions, standardized testing review (ACT vs. SAT), the interview, and overall application review and student packaging. Kim has helped students gain admission to all major Arizona schools as well as Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Brown, USC, George Washington, Loyola, SMU, Georgetown, Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount, Chicago, Duke, Cal Berkeley, Michigan, UCLA, SDSU, MIT, Penn State, West Point, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, plus many more.

Who Should Sign Up

Depending on your goals and aspirations, if you do not have answers to these questions and have not positioned your grades, subject knowledge, and outside activities to gain acceptance, you need help. Scottsdale Education Center has all of the resources needed to prepare for acceptance to your wish list of colleges and give you the best possible opportunity for success.:

College Application for High School Juniors and Seniors:

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Session 1

Who are you? Who do you want to be? “Oh, The Places You’ll Go”. A personal resume will be initiated and current academic and personal status determined.
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Session 2

Review achievements, outside activities, successes to determine recommendations based on current standing, grade level, and aspirations. Determine your criteria list: Need to have/Nice to have, Location, Size, Academic Study, Weather, Social Life, Sports, Academic Rigor, and Review Cost.
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Session 3

Finalize List and application process, Initiate essay and/or interview drafts and outline.
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Session 4

Assist with application process and ensure that your personal profile is best presented within each application. Outcome will be the creation of a detailed resume, course plan, test prep plan, extracurricular activities recommendation, college wish list and assistance completing the application.

College Planning for 8th, 9th, and 10th graders:

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Session 1

Who are you? Who do you want to be? “Oh, The Places You’ll Go”. Review achievements, outside activities, successes to determine course plan and recommendations based on current standing, grade level, and aspirations. A personal resume will be initiated and current academic and personal status determined.
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Session 2

Create goal plan to enable the “best” background possible to determine the “best” college choices for you: courses/grades, community service, internships, leadership, sports.
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Session 3

Create timeline, review test prep results, Create and review criteria list. Need to have/Nice to have, Location, Size, Academic Study, Weather, Social Life, Sports, Academic Rigor, and Review Cost.
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Session 4

Finalize Personal Goal Plan, College Priority List, Accountability Plan. Outcome will be the creation of a detailed resume, course plan, test prep plan, extracurricular activities recommendation, college wish list and an understanding of the entrance requirements.

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