Admissions Checkup

387 Danbury Rd Wilton, CT
Phone: 888-667-6219

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1 Would You Walk Away to Follow Your Passion?

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Chasing a career path or building a business that doesn’t light you up tends to slowly eat away at your soul on a daily basis. From the moment your eyes open at the sound of your alarm clock signaling the start of another day, to the thoughts creeping in, like… If only I could find a way to make a living that incorporates my passion while creating a life of purpose and fulfillment. And then it happens – you courageously take the leap to follow a dream.

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2 How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Accepted into Top MBA Programs

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Ah, the call of the MBA. In today’s work world, even new professionals who are still huffing and puffing up the proverbial ladder have their sights set on business school. After all, earning an MBA degree is a surefire way to increase your salary, boost your credibility and prove your commitment to your career. Oh and let’s not forget about that whole job security thing — did you know that 95 % of Class of 2013 MBA grads were employed by September 2013?

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3 CAN CHOOSING A COLLEGE BE SIMILAR TO CHOOSING A WEDDING DRESS OR BUYING A FIRST HOME?
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4 Students can get an Admissions Checkup

 

The process of applying for college is a daunting one, and Stephanie Klein Wassink has the answers to the key questions.

Ms. Klein Wassink is the founder of Winning Applications in Wilton, which offers one-on-one and group consultations for students applying to college. The company website — winningapplications.com — says “for the last five years, 90% of our students have been admitted to their first-choice school; 99% stay and graduate from that school.”

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5 Who Gets In? Top 5 Factors Considered in the College Admissions Process

 

GOOD Morning Wilton asked Stephanie Klein Wassink, owner of Wilton-based businessAdmissionsCheckup.com, to give some advice about a hot topic of the moment for any high school senior applying to college.

Talk to any high school senior – fall is crunch time for getting college applications completed. Once they are submitted, waiting for admission is stressful. As a former college admissions officer and a long-time college consultant, I am often asked, “Who gets in?”

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