It’s no wonder the process of finding the right college match for your child is overwhelming. With more than 5,300 colleges and universities in the United States alone, the possibilities – and the available information on each – can feel unlimited.
But what if there was a way to cut through the college clutter and connect directly with schools who already believe your child might be a good fit? Those who know your child’s personal interests and academic strengths, and seek them out directly?
Because your child previously took the SSAT when they applied to independent schools, that’s now possible.
By opting into our free resource list of past SSAT takers, you’ll be able to help your student get recruited by colleges, and potentially get them noticed by their dream school. These colleges will communicate with you directly, providing you with the information you need to make the best decision for your child’s choice in higher education.
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Join us for a conversation with Brennan Barnard and Rick Clark.
Brennan is the Director of College Counseling at The Derryfield School in Manchester, NH. He is also the college admission program advisor at Harvard’s Making Caring Common project. Brennan has written about college admission for The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, HuffPost, Concord Monitor, and Journal of College Admission.
Rick Clark is the Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA.
Together Rick and Brennan are the coauthors of The Truth about College Admission which came out in 2019 from Johns Hopkins University Press.
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