This is exactly my point.
Kids with rich parents who can hire expensive counselor have significant advantage over other kids.
Do you really think kids who tried to work (or got an opportunities to work) in healthcare and hospitals only with the help from professional counselor have stronger motivation/desire/enthusiasm than other kids who didn’t get such opportunities?
I am sure counselor help him get an impressive opportunities in healthcare and hospitals using his/her connections. Otherwise, getting paid for offering well-known facts (that you need some sort of experiences in healthcare to be admitted to good medical school) doesn’t make sense to me.
I still do hope that there are many kids who are admitted to top schools purely based on their own achievements.
Because of this, I am so determined not to hire professional counselor to help my kids for college admission process.
Somebody needs to try to resist to such wrong trend/culture in my opinion.