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The 2 College Admissions Cheat Codes (5x Chances Immediately)
Written by Jack Delehey on September 30th, 2022
These days, seniors can get bogged down in the nuances of their application.

“Should I put a semicolon here or a period?”

“Should I list this activity #7 or #8 on my Common App?”

Don’t get me wrong – these questions are important.

But we’re talking about decisions that maybe could increase your chances of acceptance by 1% or 2%.

How about decisions that can, with one click of a button, increase your chances by 500%?
These decisions are what I call “College Cheat Codes” and I discuss them in detail in this 12-minute video:
Watch: The 2 College Admissions Cheat Codes

And yes, while these tips are immediately applicable for high school seniors, if your child is a junior, sophomore, or freshman, this discussion will help you plan for the day your child is in the depths of application season as well.


Jack Delehey

Jack Delehey (Vanderbilt '14) is a college admissions expert originally from Concord, MA and now resides in Denver, CO.  It is his goal to pass on his college admission knowledge, strategies, and unique perspective to high school students in a young, fun, relatable, older-brother type manner.

The college application process is often confusing and stressful. But it just doesn't have to be that way! If you are interested in gaining clarity, peace of mind, and a detailed step-by-step program to help your child through the college application process, reach out and request a free strategy session today.
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