Assist with the development of the college list based on interests, discuss Early application options, update and review the student resume, discuss prep of CDs/DVDs to showcase talent, help with NCAA/ athletic recruiting, prepare for college interviews, organize for effective letter of recommendation requests, help develop/ edit essays, review applications before submission, assist with college choices.
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Update the student resume, determine an appropriate testing time line, discuss relevant extracurricular activities, review grades/ plan academic courses, research community service options, study skills workshop, determine summer enrichment.
Review academic achievement and plan ahead, review testing and determine appropriate time line, update the resume, begin college research based on PSAT scores, plan relevant summer activities/ internships, discuss how to highlight athletics/special talents, review Early application options, discuss maximizing the college visit.
Judy Bailey brings a unique perspective to college counseling. She has experienced the college admissions process as a parent of three (all graduates of UCLA) and as a high school educator for the past 29 years. As an independent college consultant since 2004, and having been Corona del Mar High School's college counselor in Newport Beach from 2000-2004 and San Clemente High School's college and career advisor from 1994-2000, Mrs. Bailey has assisted students throughout greater Orange County, San Diego, and Los Angeles.
Mrs. Bailey's goal is to provide the best admissions counseling possible. Judy completed UC San Diego's first-year College Admission Counseling program in 1996, the advanced program in 1998, and the Specialized Certificate and 130-hour practicum in 1999. Mrs. Bailey was a participant in the Summer Institute on College Admissions, sponsored by Harvard University and the College Board in 2000.
One-hour conference to review a customized Application Organizer which will include: timeline for college applications; deadlines; testing specifics; early vs regular stats (when available); letter of rec requirements; essay prompts.
Mrs. Bailey recognizes that acquiring the knowledge to help students make informed decisions is a priority, so she makes it a point to visit and assess college campuses throughout the United States, meet with college admissions personnel, and attend regional conferences each year.
Mrs. Bailey has trained and mentored new college counselors and has presented seminars on navigating the admissions process for parents and students throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties. She is a Professional Member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA).
Develop a four-year academic plan, discuss extracurricular activities, review grades and progress reports, consider testing options, discuss summer enrichment/ community service, study skills workshop, and begin the student resume.
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