‘b4iapply to college: the great little guide to success’

The ebook b4iapply to college: the great little guide to success is a must-read for applicants who plan to study in the United States of America.

This book wants to inspire you to take control of your future. To be successful in this increasingly demanding world, you need to know where you are heading and become an expert at your chosen career.

This book will provide you with a 4-step framework to set you on your way. It aims to give structure to your research that will enable you to develop your OWN opinion about the path you want to pursue.

Unlike other guides which only focus on which college to choose, ‘b4iapply to college’ gets to the heart of the matter and helps you understand:

– who YOU are
– what sort of future YOU want
– which careers are right for YOU
– how can you get good value for YOUR money.

Having gone through the 4-step thinking framework, you will have significantly increased your chances of discovering early in life the career path that suits you best – what you are good at, that you enjoy and that you can excel in. Empowered with this knowledge, you will be able to take advantage of the unique resources that a college offers to build your expertise.

Don’t get into a debate regarding which college to choose before you are clear about which career path you want to follow. It is crucial to get the direction right first. Then you can evaluate various college options – based on quality of education in the field of your choice and affordability.

Practical and concise, this e-book is primarily intended for young people who plan to study in the US. Many parents and school counselors have also found it a very useful tool that helps them guide teenagers.

Korina Karampela is the founder of b4iapply, author of 2 books, coach and speaker. She has worked as senior pharmaceutical executive for 12 years and has an MBA from MIT Sloan. Her blog b4iapply is recommended by The Guardian for professional development.

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