College admissions officers are very busy people. The reason? In addition to reviewing applications, meeting with prospective students and parents, reading essays, ensuring that their college have diverse student bodies and singing in admissions videos, they are also snooping on your Facebook page.
Many teens think it's enough to change their names so they cannot be found, like Emmanem for Emma Newsom or Gott Scoldman for Scott Goldman. The winning name this season is CleverNamePun. But colleges have a knack for tracking down students' pseudonyms.
With this in mind, the Neurotic Parent Institute is proud to offer a new service to help your child look like a desirable candidate:
Liked: (BEFORE THE NP FACELIFT)
Colorado's ballot measures
Why yes, I am a Pokemon Master
I hate Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and half of Fridays
The Malibu Goth Naked Party
Liked (AFTER THE NP FACELIFT):
- Fans of Shostakovitz
- The Correct Usage of Your and You're
- Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms
- Habitat for Humanity Weekend Build
So make Facebook work for your child! After all, it is the majority of high school students' most time-consuming extracurricular.