Welcome to How To Go To College - a podcast about the journey towards higher education, and the steps you need to take to get there. Recognized as one of the leading independent admissions counselors in the North Texas region, Marrs College Admissions Advisor Catherine Marrs draws on her years of experience and expertise in various facets of the admissions process to give you the edge in helping you achieve your objectives as you master the highly competitive and often complicated admissions journey. Whether you're applying to college as a freshman, a transfer student―or considering graduate study, we're here to help you maximize your opportunities, help navigating the complex financial aid landscape, and deliver results to get you where you want to go. Serving as your guide, advocate, partner and mentor every step of the way, this is How To Go To College!
Episode 3: Developing Study Skills with Michael Lunde, Study Skills Coach
Catherine discusses the problem with instant gratification when it comes to studying and how you can develop a stronger attention span for learning before welcoming Michael Lunde, Study Skills Coach, back on to the show to talk about how study habits vary from student to student - and how you can determine the best way for you to learn.
Episode 2: SAT or ACT with James Denke, Owner of The Waterton Group, Dallas-based Test Prep
Catherine invites Zach Lewis and Matt Stoker onto the show to discuss how the SAT and ACT has changed in recent years and the Millennial testing experience before sitting down with James Denke, Owner of The Waterton Group, Dallas-based Test Prep to dig deeper into developing strong study habits and the proper study environment necessary to achieve your highest score.
Episode 1: Building Depth with Michael Lunde, Study Skills Coach
Catherine introduces herself to the podcast and begins by discussing the steps necessary to make it in college - beginning with building depth. Michael Lunde, Study Skills Coach, joins the show to talk about the importance of building a literary background, and where it may lead you on the road to higher education.