K. Patricia Aviezer


Inside Track To College, Inc.

President and owner of Inside Track To College, with over 30 years of experience in Academic and College Admissions Advisement

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15 minutes $50.00
30 minutes $100.00
60 minutes $200.00


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K. Patricia Aviezer, M.S.,  Academic and College Adviser
Over 25 Years Experience as Chair of Guidance and Academic and College Admissions Advisement in Scarsdale, New York and Palm Beach County, Florida. She is a member of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC), the National Career Academy Coalition, and a member of the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA) and SACAC.


Ms. Aviezer is the nationally published author of Peterson’s’ “Game Plan for Getting Into College” and “Entrar en la Universidad” and has been quoted frequently in national publicatons, websites and newspapers.

Recommended by College Parents of America. “The Game Plan for Getting into College” provides your student with additional understanding, focus and organization in preparing for and during the college admissions process.  A great tool for middle and high school students.” -Richard M. Flaherty, President, College Parents of America.”

“Entrar en la Universidad”  has been translated into Spanish and is available both in the United States and Internationally.




6/5/2017 6:15:29 PM,
K. Patricia Aviezer replied:
If you have a son or daughter who is approaching 11th or 12th grade my best suggestion would be to get to know your counselor as a family.  Make an appointment to meet with the counselor for the purpose of "College Planning."  Provide the counselor with an organized portfolio including a succint overview of involvement through an Academic Resume and highlights/events to provide more personal familiarity with your son/daughter. If you have specific questions, that would be the time to address them.  Attend any evening parent/student informational sessions as well to maintain the relationship and gain knowledge of the expectations for the grade your son/daughter is in right now.