Could a Few Hours of Work
Get You Accepted
from a College Wait List?
A MESSAGE FROM THE AUTHOR…..
Every year, tens of thousands of high school students are wait listed by colleges and universities. Most students have no idea that there are steps they can take to boost their odds of admission.
You Can Increase Your Odds of Acceptance by Simply Asking to Be Admitted…the Right Way.
I created this guidebook – The College Wait List Survival Guide – to help you do just that. It gives you a comprehensive, step-by-step plan you can use for practically any college to increase your chances of admission.
Also, you receive templates you can use for emails, letters, phone calls, and interviews to address any possible objection that gets thrown in your way.
So Why Doesn’t Everyone Do This?
Like I said, most people don’t realize that there are a few key actions that can significantly increase their odds of acceptance. But there is no reason that you can’t be the one that learns how to get off the wait list.
Appealing to a college to accept you doesn’t have to be intimidating, it doesn’t have to be frightening, and it doesn’t mean that you must grovel or beg.
By following these strategies and scripts, you’ll be able to confidently approach the college admissions committee and – in a friendly, respectful way – explain why you should be accepted from the wait list.
About the Author: Jane Dabel, PhD
Professor Dabel is a professor at a large university
in Southern California. She knows the ins and outs
of college admissions and she can show you how to
avoid the frenzy of the modern college application
process. In her most recent book, she explains what
steps you can take to get accepted from a
college wait list. Connect on Twitter.