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    Fallacies

    5 FALLACIES TO LOWERING COLLEGE COSTS

    5 FALLACIES TO LOWERING COLLEGE COSTS

    1. There is nothing I can do about the rising cost of college

     

    2. I don’t need to file the FAFSA since I don’t qualify for financial aid

     

    3. The Financial-award package is the college’s “final offer”

     

    4. Since we apply and anxiously await an acceptance, we have to be willing to pay their price in order to enroll

     

    5. I can’t say “No” to my child and walk-away from their favorite college

     

    Bonus Fallacy – once enrolled in the college, their services are designed to support your best interests

    5 FALLACIES TO WINNING ADMISSION ACCEPTANCES

    5 FALLACIES TO WINNING ADMISSION ACCEPTANCES

    1. Credentials for GPA and SAT/ ACT scores are all you need for winning acceptances

     

    2. Submitting several applications will result in sufficient acceptances

     

    3. Admission counselors are annoyed by student’s emails, calls, and visits

     

    4. It doesn’t matter when you apply as long as you get in under the deadline

     

     

    5. “I don’t have to know my interests for college studies yet, rather, I will discover them while in college.”

     

    Bonus Fallacy – college admissions will treat your application strictly on its own merits searching for ways to provide your acceptance

    5 Fallacies of Being Recruited

    5 Fallacies of Being Recruited

    1. Exposure to dozens or even hundreds of college coaches will get you recruited

     

    2. Email blasts to hundreds of college coaches will get interest of coaches from colleges of interest to you

     

    3. Non-response to emails sent to college coaches means they don’t have an interest in the sender

     

    4. Being an all-conference high school player combined with playing on travel teams is your ticket to becoming a collegiate student-athlete.

     

    5. Trail-blazing a path of showcase events and college camps is your best strategy for being recruited

     

    Bonus Fallacy– winning is the college coach’s top priority and recruiting is their daily objective