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At Insight, your counselor will leverage our extensive experience with international students applying to American as well as other International Universities.  Our first step is to fully understand your secondary school and your individual situation. Once we have done this, we can make appropriate recommendations to maximize your opportunities in your local area and abroad. Our ultimate goal is to help you find colleges that are best suited for your academic and professional goals.


High School Counseling: Pre-Admissions Services

  1. Academic performance support
  2. TOEFL & IELTS planning
  3. Admissions Testing planning (SAT/PSAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Exams)
  4. Educate on the value and purpose of extracurricular involvement in the American context and explore appropriate opportunities
  5. Summer Internship planning strategy, admissions
  6. College Visit trip planning
  7. College Exploration: American and non-American Universities


12th Grade: Admissions Services

  1. Navigate the teacher recommendation & secondary school report processes
  2. College selection research
  3. Should I apply only to American Universities?
  4. College Admissions Essays
  5. College Admissions Applications
  6. Alumni Interview practice & support
  7. Financial considerations & requirements for International applicants
  8. Application submission and follow-up

More information about High School & College Admissions Counseling

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  • “Insight counselors truly care about students not only during their time at Insight but further along the road.”

  • “I am currently a student at Carnegie Mellon University and I can honestly say that without Insight Education, I would not have gotten in.”

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  • 2019 – 2020 Common Application Essay Prompts

    January 15, 2019

    You know what they say – third time’s a charm!     The Common Application has announced that the 2019-2020 application essay prompts will remain the same as they have been for the last two years.    From Common App: “B..
  • How To Focus Forward After An Initial Rejection

    January 8, 2019

    With results from the early round of applications widely available, I have noticed many behaviors and perceptions regarding admissions getting altered. I have found some families to be unreasonable with their expectations, and others to be overwhelmi..
  • 2018 – What A Year!

    December 23, 2018

    The holiday season is a great time to pause and reflect on the year that has been. 2018 has been a wonderful, busy year for Team Insight and our students! Below are some of the highlights and success of our students in the college admissions process:..
  • Insight Alma Mater: The University of Texas at Austin

    December 10, 2018

    Welcome back to the Insight Alma Mater blog series! Insight College Admissions Counselor Jenny Bloom attended The University of Texas at Austin.     My time at The University of Texas at Austin – I loved my experience there.   I r..
  • Personal Fulfillment Counts as Much as Academic Success

    November 29, 2018

    The holidays are always a great time to reflect on the past year and look forward to a fresh start. With my students, we talk about the past year, revisit goals that had been set and create resolutions for the upcoming year. These are some resolution..
  • That First Acceptance Letter is a Big Deal!

    November 7, 2018

    While it may seem too early to receive college acceptance letters, many students who applied to schools with rolling admissions have started to receive some decisions. In the past two weeks, I have gotten several emails from students notifying me tha..
  • Explaining Early Decision & Early Action

    October 26, 2018

    “Early Decision” and “Early Action” are likely terms that you have heard before when talking about the college application process.   The biggest thing to get your head around – what is the difference between the two? They have similar..
  • Get Past Essay “Brain Fog”

    October 12, 2018

    You’re deep in college essay writing, and the worst happens – you’re struck with writer’s block!   The dreaded “brain fog” can be hard to get through, especially if you’re on a tight deadline. Here are a few things you can do to he..
  • What To Do About Mistakes in College Applications

    October 2, 2018

    Question: My son submitted his college applications early, but accidentally sent three before they were ready. Some answers are wrong and some don’t present him in the best light. What do you recommend we do to fix the situation? I’m concerned th..
  • Using Demonstrated Interest in College Admissions

    September 25, 2018

    Demonstrated Interest – what is it, and how do you use it!    In short, Demonstrated interest is something colleges use to see if you are genuinely interested in enrolling in and attending their university. Consider how many colleges you ..

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