ACT/SAT 

​The next SAT administration is November 8. For current seniors, that is the final opportunity to take the SAT before most applications are due. 

The next ACT is December 13. 

Parents: looking for a way to motivate your reluctant student? Check this out...Merit $$ is often tied to standardized test performance. One student scored a 1300 (out of 1600) and was offered $20,000 merit aid by one school. When he retook the SAT and scored a 1340, he was offered $34,200! Higher test scores CAN result in better financial aid offers!

TESTIMONIALS

"Our only regret is that we didn't know about Competitive Edge three years ago when we went through the application process with our older child." -Sol B., parent, Long Beach

"Amy is AMAZING!! Always upbeat! She made both my daughter and me feel relaxed and confident throughout the stressful process of college choice and applications.  The best money we ever spent!" 

-Lori S., parent, Seal Beach  


Are You a HS Senior? 
Are You Stressed About Your Applications?
Come to our "drop in" hours to receive expert help THIS Sunday, Nov. 16, from Noon-4pm.
Cost: $75 at the door.



Competitive Edge College Counseling

31951 Dove Canyon Dr. 

Suite D​

Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

(949) 280-2228

​info@CEcollegecounseling.com

DID YOU KNOW:
There are many components to a college application?

The application itself is just ONE PART of the information most colleges require. Even if a student submits the application by the deadline, a file can be considered incomplete if ALL the parts aren't received by the college by the deadline!
Some of these parts MAY  include:

Letter(s) of Recommendation

Transcripts

Test Scores

Essays

Supplemental Essays


It's important that applicants know exactly what each school requires for a "complete" application.

CECC students earn $$$

This year, our students were offered $601,950 in scholarships. 

Save the Date! 
Back by popular demand, CECC will again host FREE informational parent nights.
Join us for a glass of wine and get all your college admissions-related questions answered.

Coming in February, 2015