Academic Coaching

We build a strong foundation for your child’s future success. Be it coaching for college, academics, personality, communication, accountability, and more, Gifted Gabber has everything your child needs to be stellar and one-of-a-kind.   Our mission is to ensure your child operates at their maximum potential, and we do guide them with effective techniques to make that happen. With our world-class coaches, certified by international organizations, and practiced with hundreds of children, we have seen massive results in teens.  Across our webinars, talks, and private coaching, parents pride us in providing high-quality guidance and have seen substantial improvement in their childrens’ lives.

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CRITICAL THINKING eBOOK

Critical thinking is a fantastic way for your kid to improve their analytical/creative thinking and stimulate their mind. Trying quality puzzles and working through solutions trains your mind to be more efficient. 💡

That’s precisely why I created this Puzzle eBook. 🧩

COLLEGE VISIT CHECKLIST

So what are all the factors you should keep in mind when researching and choosing a list of colleges to apply to?

 

Here are the steps for choosing a college:

  • Get to know your interests and preferences.

  • Discover what specific qualities you want in a college.

  • Create an initial list of colleges that match their criteria.

  • Research your chances of getting into each of these colleges and organize your school list by “reach,” “maybe,” and “likely.”

  • Narrow down your results into your final list of colleges

  • Apply away!


Download Dr. Steven Antonoff College Visit Checklist now.

BEGINNER ESSAY GUIDE

The essay is your opportunity to shine! It’s the one place where you can differentiate yourself from others who have similar grades and SAT scores and make your application memorable in the eyes of the admissions committee. The essay is the ONLY way to distinguish yourself from others.

TOP 8 THINGS COLLEGE LOOK FOR

College-bound? This guide provides an overview of the kinds of things admissions offices seek from applicants -- and is especially useful for high school sophomores and juniors as you begin your college planning, but it can also be useful for seniors as you prepare your college applications.