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I was recently asked by Shawn Hawksworth of yescollege.com to join him on a podcast and provide some advice on the college application process. Shawn host’s an informative podcast aimed at demystifying the college degree and application process. Each week he interviews experts from various fields to help students learn more about the many different..


What may seem to be a long drive for a boring tour given by an overly peppy guide who speaks faster than ever imagined possible is actually more valuable than most families think if done right. Giving the students a clearer picture of what they want and don’t want from their future college, allowing them..


Most 15 and 16 year olds are thinking about their next game, their latest high school crush, or getting their driver’s license, not about their college plans for 2 -3 years down the road. It seems a bit unfair that they should have to think about such important things at a young age, but that..


  http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/college-admissions-playbook/articles/2016-12-27/4-new-years-resolutions-for-college-bound-high-school-students I took a look at this article this morning and thought about how simple the ideas are, yet a lot of high school students are unfortunately not counseled or informed enough to begin to think along these lines at such an early time. Most 15 and 16 year olds are thinking about their..


Now that the stress of ED and EA deadlines has passed, it is time for seniors to focus on their Regular Decision applications. There is not a lot of time left, especially with holidays and end of marking period exams coming up. Students should use their weekends and evenings to tidy up their final essays..


I’m not going to lie, a lot of college representatives have told me that they barely read these letters when going through the applications. However, for the few that do, it is important to have a good one to read. As with your essays, this is another way to set yourself apart from your ‘competition’..


Seniors, you may have spent most of your summer on vacation with your family, working to save up cash for senior year, or just hanging out with friends, but I hope you spent some time thinking about your college plans and preparing your application materials. If not, it is time to kick it in gear..

I chose Susquehanna University (SU) for my undergraduate experience for a number of reasons. However, in comparison to other universities I was considering, SU attracted me because of the strength of its business program (AACSB accreditation), its study abroad opportunities, liberal arts foundation and small class size.  The campus is beautiful and reminded me of..

Growing up in a little town in Central Pennsylvania, I knew I wanted to go somewhere new and exciting for college. I decided to apply to colleges in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Those two cities are close enough that I could come home on the weekends if I wanted to, but far enough away to be..

About ACM

ACM is an international college consulting firm located in Fort Myers, FL dedicated to helping students and their families through the US college search and admissions process.

After getting to know the student and their family and gaining a clear understanding of their interests, goals and needs, we will establish a plan to guide them through the college selection and admission process. We create plans designated for students between 9th and 12th grade based upon their individual needs.


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