Personalized Road Map Report (485 USD)

One of our best-selling products is the personalized Road Map Report for college applications. This report provides a holistic approach for students and parents regarding their college choices and application procedures.

 

The titles in this report include but are not limited to (1) academic evaluation of the student, (2) test scores (SAT, ACT, etc.) evaluation, (3) extracurricular activity and its evaluation, (4) the schools that best match to the student’s profile (College List broken into categories of safe schools, best match, and “let’s try”), (5) scholarship opportunities and applications, (6) technical application procedures and The Common Application platform, (7) action plan with organizational timeline, and (8) special talents (language, art skills, etc.) and their evaluation.

With this report (and guidance), students and parents can make the best decisions without hesitation on confusing details. They can complete all college application steps by following this personalized guideline (please see the sample reports below).

This is how we make things easy, understandable and affordable.

How does the process work?

We ask the student approximately25 questions(please see the sample questions). Since there are open-ended questions, parents and students may request us to focus on specific issues in the report.

Based onthe answers provided, we prepare a Road Map Report within 6-7 days.

For 9th and 10th graders,we also prepare a similar report that focuseson planning ahead. These reports include advice on course selections (e.g.,AP, IB, dual enrollment) during high school, extracurricular activity planning (internships, community services, summer planning, etc.), and advice on standardized testing and development of a test plan, etc. (please see the sample report).

How Do We Prepare The Report?

Do you wonder about how we create a road map report? We ask specific questions beforehand that help us to get a better picture of the situation before we meet the students.

ROAD MAP REPORT QUESTIONS

01

Which high school do/did you attend?

02

What is your current grade?

03

What are your current unweighted and weighted grade point averages (GPA)?

04

If you know, what is your class rank? (Class rank is a measure of how a student's performance compares to other students in their class. It is commonly also expressed as a percentile.)

05

What are your SAT or ACT scores (including previous ones)? Please give each section score separately including the percentiles (evidence-based reading & writing and math).

06

What are your PSAT or PACT scores (including previous ones)? Please give each section score separately including the percentiles (evidence-based reading & writing and math).

07

If you plan to take the above-mentioned tests, when will you take them?

08

If any, list the AP classes you have taken (or are currently taking).

09

If any, list the honors classes you have taken (or are currently taking).

10

If any, list the dual enrollment classes (college-level) you have taken (or are currently taking).

11

Can you provide your current transcript?

12

Which major or majors are you interested in pursuing in college?

13

What are your priority destinations (city and state) for your college education?

14

Are there any specific college names in your mind for applications? If yes, what are the reasons for choosing those schools? Briefly explain.

15

Please list any extracurricular activities (both in and out of school) that you have completed or are planning to complete in the near future. (Student clubs, summer internships, community services, etc.)

16

Please list sports activities in which you have been involved.

17

Please list significant accomplishments (e.g., receiving honors, medals, certificates, etc.)

18

How many languages do you speak?

19

Do you think that you represent diversity (different social and cultural backgrounds)? If yes, please briefly explain.

20

Do you have any publications (via blogs, etc.)?

21

Have you ever experienced study abroad?

22

Did you do any preparation for college applications, like writing your personal statement, visiting some campuses, etc.?

23

Do you have specific questions you would like to ask regarding college counseling? If yes, please let us know.

24

Are there specific questions that we can focus on and highlight in your road map report?

Sample Reports

9th Grade Sample Report
10th Grade Sample Report
11th Grade Sample Report
12th Grade Sample Report
International Student Road Map Report

Personalized Road Map Report

485 USD
  • A 5 to 7 pages report with a holistic approach for students and parents regarding their college choices and application procedures
  • Academic evaluation of the student
  • Test scores (SAT, ACT, etc.) evaluation
  • Extracurricular activity and its evaluation
  • Scholarship opportunities and applications
  • Technical application procedures
  • Special talents (language, art skills, etc.) and their evaluation
  • The schools that best match to the student’s profile (College List broken into categories of safe schools, best match, and “let’s try”)

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