Ivy League Author Marshall Burstein, J.D. is Today’s Honoree

MarshallBurstein“Has anyone ever made you feel like you would never amount to anything? Have you ever felt like the “Elite Eight” were out of your league? I want to tell you about a unique way to gain admittance into the nation’s most sought after colleges and universities at the most cost effective price. I know first-hand that attaining admission into an “Ivy League University” is never out of anyone’s league as I had the opportunity to gain admittance into Cornell University after acquiring a 2.9 grade point average during high school and ranking in the 50th percentile on the SAT.”

BreakingInTheDoorMarshall Burstein is a graduate of Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, being named a William B. Groat Fellow, and inducted into Cornell’s Chapter of the Golden Key International Honor Society.

Prior to matriculating into Cornell University, he attended Manor College in Jenkintown, PA, where he obtained his A.S. degree in Paralegal Studies, and being elected as his class Student Senate President, Student Representative on the Board of Trustees, and Vice President of his Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Honor Society.

In May 2011, he graduated Cum Laude from Villanova University’s School of Law, with his Juris Doctor degree, where he was President of the Labor & Employment Law Society. Thereafter, he passed the Pennsylvania & New Jersey Bar Examinations.

3 Things you can get from Marshall Burstein:

– A Step-by-Step Approach to the Transfer Admission Process

– A Non-Fiction Inspirational Self-Help Literary Memoir

– A Guide to the Rigors that Accompany the Transfer Process

Visit  Marshall L. Burstein, J.D. for more information.

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