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Your Guidance Counselor, on "ROIDs"

“A-Roid” is catching a lot of grief for gaining an unfair advantage over his competion.

But that’s exactly what YOU need in today’s ridiculously over-competive, confusing college admissions environment!

(OK, maybe not “exactly.”   But you get my drift – you need an E-D-G-E!)

But chances are, you’re not exactly thrilled with the support you’re getting at school.  Wouldn’t it be great if your guidance counselor could:

* Tell you, with 93% accuracy, whether you’d get into your top choice colleges?

* Pinpoint your chances of financial aid and scholarships?

* Make strategic suggestions that could improve your chances of each of the above?

What if I told you that you don’t need a guidance counselor (or even a high priced college consultant) to do it YOURSELF, quickly and easily, for a nominal cost?

You CAN predict your chances of admission and financial aid…

…but more importantly, gain some much needed clarity and confidence about the entire college admissions and financial aid process!

Watch this short (17 minute) presentation, here – you’ll be blown away:

VIRTUAL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR ON STEROIDS

Sincerely,

– Andy Lockwood

P.S.  No, they don’t drug test you for enrolling in this program. 🙂  But other parents will envy your peace of mind and certainty about the college admissions process..maybe they’ll think you had some kind of unfair advantage!

P.S.  I use this behind the scenes for my private consulting clients.  It’s awesome!

Andrew Lockwood, J.D.
Lockwood College Consulting
497 South Oyster Bay Road
Plainview, New York 11803

516.882.5464

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Disclaimer (to prove that I went to law school): None of the ideas or strategies in this or any communication should be construed as specific, personal advice. The ideas expressed herein are general in nature, not specific to the reader’s situation. Some of the strategies or tactics may not work as well as the examples referenced herein.  Others may work better than what was described.  Please seek an independent tax or other adviser’s opinion.

About Andy – Andy is an attorney-turned-“late stage” college finance and admissions consultant.  Because of his own horrible experiences with student debt ($100,000 plus between Wesleyan University and St. John’s University Law School, where he was trained to write disclaimers like these!), he dedicated his career to helping other children – and parents, avoid needlessly relying on loans and otherwise overpaying for college.  See his websites for more information.