I’ve read the sample only. I was hoping it would prompt me to buy the pamphlet. However, I wasn’t impressed by what I’ve read so far, and don’t think my money would be well spent on this item. The information I’ve read is common knowledge and nothing that isn’t told to students in high school regarding college. I’m aware that the author has opinions which he/she shares in the booklet, but they are simply their own *opinions*.
The portion I read seemed very disorganized as if the author didn’t have enough time to get his/her thoughts together before publishing. I’d say a good editor should have been contacted to have a look before publishing this pamphlet. I found myself having to re-read things. The text didn’t flow as a *book* should flow. I would advise the author to hand this out as free literature at an actual school to get feedback before asking $20 unorganized thoughts and opinions.
Best of luck to you Mr/Ms Wilcox!
As a former Academic Dean for Strayer University, James Wilcox, Jr. was alarmed at how many students did not know about accreditation. No one had ever talked to them about early college programs or even taking courses before stepping foot on a college campus. He grew weary of students saying that they wish they would have talked to him before they enrolled at certain colleges.James Wilcox, Jr. was angered by how colleges took advantage of low-income and first-generation college students. Many of these students trusted admissions officers. However, little did they know that they were just a meal-ticket and a salary increase for a dishonest admissions counselor.