Greenwich , Connecticut (PressExposure) February 02, 2012 -- Grace Sullivan shares the secrets and tips of preparing your child to get into an Ivy League college. While there are never any guarantees, she outlines exactly what parents can do, starting in preschool and going through high school, to maximize their child's potential.
Sullivan shares exactly what she did with her daughter every step of the way. Her daughter was accepted at Harvard, Princeton, and Yale. She's currently a student at Harvard and not only thriving, she loves it!
Advice from a Harvard Mom reveals how she prepared her daughter, who was not a brilliant math student, to score in the 700's on the SAT math section the first and only time she took the exam!
After educating her children in some of the best private schools, she shares what you can do with your child to make sure when they enter high school, they are as prepared as any student coming from any school.
Advice from a Harvard Mom also shares stories of bright students, some attending some of the best private schools in the country, making mistakes in high school and not be overjoyed with their college prospects, and how you can avoid these pitfalls.
Grace Sullivan wrote this book to help all students achieve their very best academically. The cost of a private school education is getting increasingly expensive and by following these secrets and tips, Sullivan believes any child can excel regardless of where they attend school.
Advice from a Harvard Mom also contains an SAT math review on some of the finer points in acing the exam. You will also get a list of 400 vocabulary words for middle school students and essay writing tips for the SAT exams.
Grace Sullivan is also available through her website, http://www.harvardmomadvice.com for advice on any particular situation.