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015 CET- How to make the most of your College visit

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College visits are essential when looking for a college that’s right for you. Felicia Gopaul interviews guest Sherry Alamdari, who will be sharing about how to make the most out of your college visits, in this another edition of the College Experts talk.

Sherry Alamdari is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and began her career working in film and music video production. She became a stay at home mom when she had her children. Working with her oldest son to help him navigate the college process has led her to her new career as a College Counselor. She has received the Certificate in College Counseling from UCLA and is currently working with Calabasas High School in Calabasas, Ca to establish a seminar series aimed at students to help educate them about the college process and empower them to take control of their lives and make good choices.

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Listen and get valuable insight from Sherry and learn more about:

– When a student should go on a college visit to get a good idea of what they’re looking for in a college

– How parents and students should prepare, what questions to ask, and what should they be listening for when going on a tour

– How many college visits should a student go

– Some resources that’s available in checking out campuses without actually going to a campus

– The biggest fear students have when going on a college visit

The more information you have, the better decision-making you can do. Don’t miss this edition on the College Experts Talk. You can also download some Questions Admissions Reps recommend to ask on a tour. You might want to check out College Tour Tips and 36 Questions to ask on a College Visit for other valuable questions.

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