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WORKING WITH DR. LEGATT

Dr. Legatt looks forward to working with you. The first thing that happens  is that you will be comprehensively evaluated in the context of your goals and the landscape of top-tier college admissions. This evaluation will provide you with a foundation to match yourself strategically and effectively to the right colleges.

Our process enables you, the student, to form relationships with college admissions officers, professors, and alumni. These personal touchpoints are critical to building the strongest possible case for admission. 

Given your individual goals and the nuances of evaluation and selection at top colleges, we must first evaluate your candidacy and make a plan for your college applications. Having a strong plan assures that you will have the right message and approach. 

The evaluation will also help you to choose the appropriate college counseling options, whether you decide to complete the work independently or to receive Dr. Legatt's help on essay strategy, college visits, a final application review, or anything else you may need to succeed. 

EVALUATION OPTIONS

Customized Admission Plan (Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors) 

This plan is designed for students to maximize their high school years and manage their time effectively. It includes:

  • A 60-90 minute meeting and an in-depth pre-screen of the student applicant’s profile, including transcript, high school profile, test scores, extracurricular activities, and family/student background

  • A mock admissions committee review with 3 former top-college admissions officers providing feedback (optional - additional charge)

  • After meeting, students will receive:

    • A customized preparation plan, including course-taking, extracurricular, and summer program suggestions

    • A detailed session report covering the recommendations at meeting

    • An initial list of colleges to target

    • A standardized test schedule

Admissions Profile Assessment (Juniors and Seniors)

Designed for students who are about to apply to college, this assessment will include:

  • A 60-90 minute meeting and an in-depth pre-screen of the student applicant’s profile, including transcript, high school profile, test scores, extracurricular activities, writing sample, and family/student background

  • Based on the student’s initial list of colleges, student will receive:

    • Outreach plan for initial list of colleges in order to make the right impression

    • Recommendations about making the most of college tours, course taking and extracurricular opportunities

    • A detailed session report covering the recommendations at meeting

    • Suggested revisions or additions to school list

    • Suggestions for letters of recommendation

    • Mock admissions committee review with 3 former top-college admissions officers providing feedback  (optional - additional charge

Final Application Review (Seniors Only)

Designed for students to make the strongest impression on their top-choice college, this assessment will include:

  • A 60-90 minute meeting and an in-depth pre-screen of the student’s application, including transcript, high school profile, test scores, extracurricular activities, writing sample, resume, supplement materials, and family/student background

Student will receive:

  • Clear recommendations and areas to improve on before submission
  • Two rounds of essay edits
  • A detailed session report covering the recommendations at meeting
  • Mock admissions committee review with 3 former top-college admissions officers providing feedback (optional - additional charge)

Let's Build Your Future Together.

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