5 Week College Application Boot Camp with Dr. Aviva Legatt

April 25, 2017
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Rising seniors, are you ready? Watching your older peers wait and receive their admission results must both be exciting and anxious, because soon, you’ll be in their shoes.

To get a head start with the college application process, AdmitSee is excited to share the opportunity of participating in a 5 week college application bootcamp: Let’s Apply to College!

The online bootcamp is hosted by college admissions expert and UPenn professor, Dr. Aviva Legatt, from VivEd Consulting. She has had the experience of serving on the freshman and transfer admissions committees at Wharton, as well as years of experience working with individual students around the world. With her experience on both sides of application process, Dr. Aviva Legatt has unique insight she wants to share with you this summer.

Goals of the Boot Camp:

1. Identify what makes you unique as an applicant.

2. Write a unique and compelling personal statement

3. Learn how to build relationships with college admissions officers.

Boot Camp Details:

  • 40 available spots!

  • Limited to Class of 2018 HS students and their families

  • May 24th - June 21st

  • Weekly Wednesday Meetings

  • Cost: $595

What It Includes:

  • One-on-one 20 minute consultation with Dr. Legatt

  • Complete first draft of your Personal Statement

  • Access to Dr. Legatt’s Private Facebook Group for Q&A

  • Lifetime Access to 5 Live Webinars

  • 6-months of access to the College Application Success Portal and Dr. Legatt’s email tips.

  • A copy of College Essay Essentials by Ethan Sawyer, College Essay Guy.

  • Reminders, templates, and additional resources to help you through the application process.

Are you ready to register for the boot camp? Register for the “Let’s Apply to College” boot camp here to get a head start this summer! 

Free Webinar: 

Still have questions about the boot camp? Dr. Aviva Legatt will be hosting a free webinar on How to Persuade Admissions Officers to Admit You. She will share the biggest college application mistakes in the past, how to avoid them and answer any questions you have about the upcoming bootcamp!

Date: May 3rd, 2017 & May 10th, 2017

Time: 5:00PM Pacific (8:00PM Eastern)

Register for the webinar here! 

About The Author

AdmitSee Staff
AdmitSee Staff

​We remember our frustration with applying to college and the lack of information surrounding it. So we created AdmitSee to bring much-needed transparency to the application process! Read more about the team here.




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