Today I’m speaking with another one of my students in the Passion Project Bootcamp, Mina, to answer some important questions that she has. Mina is wondering how she can differentiate herself from the crowd, when they’re all working on their own stand out factor. I think this is a brilliant question that will resonate with a lot of listeners, and not only do I coach her through this question but we also look at how to land research or intern positions, some ways to make her Passion Project more unique, and action steps she can do right now to improve her college resume.
If you really want to create a stand out factor and get accepted into your dream college, then this is an episode you’re going to want to check out!
Our Ivy League Formula Program is now open for enrollment, with the next group happening from November 2020 to April 2021. This is the last time this year we’re opening this program, and to learn more you can go to https://passionprep.com/formula. More importantly, this is the last time we’re offering this program at this current price. The price will increase in 2021, so make sure to claim your lowest rate!
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- The importance of always having a target audience for your Passion Project
- Strategies for hanging out where your target audience is, and an example that I coach Mina through
- How controversy can be good for your application, but why you shouldn’t be too political in it
- The proper strategy to use when following up with professors when they don’t get back to your first email
- And much more…
“I would want to see a high school student that’s so honest and transparent about her thoughts, with no sugar coating or just trying to sound good.”
“You basically want to create different kinds of content, and we call them pillars. Create different types of them, and just rotate them.”
“You always want to start out with a story, because who’s just going to want to read dry text and summaries of what you want to do.”
“I always say after you do the follow-up, if they don’t reply that’s ok. Just forget about them and continue to email other professors.”
- The Ivy League Formula Program (This is the LAST time we’re opening this program in 2020 and the prices will increase in
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