College Prep Webinar
for Highschool and Middle Schoolers and Parents
Live Online interactive session - Free event - July 31st, 4 PM EST
An experience-sharing session by highly successful undergrad students from some of the accredited schools in the nation.
The whole program is moderated by High School students!!!


Saturday, July 31st, 4 PM EST (1 PM PST), duration: 2 Hours

Focus Audience:
Parents and children of Middle School and high school in the USA. Others are also welcome. Children below 18 years should be accompanied by parents.
How to attend:
Please register using a simple registration form below to receive online meeting bridge details.
About the event:
When a student is entering high school, both parents and children are usually looking forward to planning ahead and be prepared for college. People have a lot of questions, such as, "what are my options after completing high school?"; "how do I prepare to be successful?"; "Should I take the ACT or SAT?"; "How to balance extracurriculars with course work?"; etc.

This session is a great opportunity to hear from some of the successful students who have entered college and to hear about their journey in high school. This is not intended to be a personalized advisory session, but rather an experience-sharing and informational session.  

This event is jointly organized by Education for All and Review Tutor.
Education for All is a non-profit organization in USA helping in providing free quality education, food, and shelter to rural children in need. To know more please Click Here

Review Tutor is a youth lead nonprofit focussing on providing education to students around the world. To know more about Review Tutor please click here.


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