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Parent of a high school sophomore or junior? There are two things you should do today to help your child begin the college search
SAT/ACT: Take each test once...blind! Seriously!
Written by Jack Delehey on December 09th, 2022
If you have a high school sophomore or junior, I strongly encourage you to watch the ~13 minute video below. It could save your high schooler dozens and dozens of hours of unnecessary standardized test studying! (And with the additional time saved they can help wash the dishes after dinner!). All resources shown in the video are linked in YT description for you, including my list of preferred partners, whom I’ve personally vetted and approved.
Time: 13 minutes, 50 seconds
For: Parents of high school sophomores & juniors


P.S. - If you want to chat directly with me, Jack Delehey, you can book a free college planning strategy session with me here. Bring your high schooler along on the call. My goal in life is to provide structure, direction, and organization to any family in need!

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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