Everything You Need to Know About Deferred College Applications

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December 3, 2022 | 2pm ET (11am PT)

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What We'll Cover:

Although you probably haven’t received your early decision admission decisions quite yet, it’s best to be prepared for all possible outcomes. While early application acceptances and rejections are self-explanatory, deferral is a lesser-known third result. So, what should you do if your application is deferred? Quad Education has the answers. 

Join us at our “Everything You Need to Know About Deferred College Applications” webinar to receive relevant insights and advice from our knowledgeable admissions experts. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn: 

  • What a deferred college application means 
  • Reasons your application may have been deferred 
  • What to do next 
  • Tips to boost your chances of acceptance 

A deferral doesn’t spell automatic rejection; get the insider knowledge you need by signing up today! Are you ready to take action?

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December 3, 2022 | 2pm ET (11am PT)

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Meet the Panelists:

Brittney
Admissions Counselor - Harvard University & UC Berkeley

Brittney earned a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at UC Berkeley and a Master's in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. She has extensive experience in higher education, having served on the Academic Affairs Committee at Harvard University and worked at the Student Learning Center, coaching students in writing and research methods at UC Berkeley. Brittney also worked at the Transfer Center at UC Berkeley, which gave her an in-depth insight into what schools look for in transfer candidates.

Having coached dozens of candidates over the last few years, Brittney is a specialist in selective school admissions. Her greatest strengths as a coach are helping candidates identify their strengths and effectively communicate their story as a cohesive narrative across all aspects of their application. Brittney loves helping candidates draw upon their life experiences to find a compelling, authentic story that brings out the best in them.

Admissions Counselor - Stanford University

Dan is a graduate of Stanford University, where he obtained his MBA. He has several years of professional experience in the education sector as an admissions coach, technologist, and teacher. Dan spent 6 years on Google’s education team, where he built tools used by thousands of schools across the country.

Dan also has extensive experience helping college candidates get into their dream schools. Dan likes to use the power of coactive coaching to help Quad applicants uncover their top strengths so they can craft engaging stories that highlight those strengths in a compelling way. He is a big appreciator of the value of authenticity and helps students reflect, turning seemingly small moments into memorable anecdotes. Above all, Dan is focused on using the problem-action-impact framework to make every word of students’ application materials count.

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$23M+

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