We know families who have engaged the services of an educational consultant to help get them moved from “wait-listed” status to “accepted” at their first or second choice school. This doesn’t always work and there are no guarantees. However, there are educational consultants who know the admissions directors at top schools extremely well and who will probably know which schools will be admitting students from their wait-lists and which schools will not. If you are really unsure how to deal with your child being wait-listed or declined admission, it may be worth a consultation with an educational consultant. These private school experts can also help you understand how to move forward with the admissions process from where you are now. In our opinion, anything that will help you get your child the education you want for him/her is worth considering.
We have a great list of educational consultants on this blog.
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Do you have a recommendation for an educational consultant with knowledge of Westridge in Pasadena?
Hi Val, let me check and I’ll get back to you…
Do you have recommendations for an education consultant who is familiar with Harvard Westlake Middle school?
Do you have any recommendations for an educational consultant for Harvard Westlake Middle school?
Hi MJ, yes, I will email you privately some names of excellent consultants.