GREENWICH, CONN. — Paul Reginald Lowe of Greenwich Admissions Advisors will present a seminar titled "College Admissions: Beating the Odds" on Monday, April 6, on the second floor of the Greenwich Library from 6 to 7 p.m.
Lowe will talk about how the tried and true methods of getting into good schools may not work anymore, and elements like 'connections,' good SAT and ACT scores and a high GPA
The seminar will underline how admissions to Ivy League and other top schools aren't left to chance, what those top-flight schools are looking for and why 95 percent of students are rejected
The session is intended to be interactive, so questions are encouraged.
Lowe is the co-founder of Pinnacle Educational Center and Admissions Advisors' admissions expert.
Admission is $15 and must be paid in advance. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m.
The library is at 101 West Putnam Ave., and neither endorses or sponsors this event.
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