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How to Know What Your Major Should be

How to Know What Your Major Should Be: Creating a College Plan

A contest was held at a local county fair. The goal of the contest was to guess out the weight of a dressed out ox. 536 more words
College Prep

Financial Aid Application Process for SENIORS!

Many seniors are focused on finalizing their college list and putting the finishing touches on their applications for college admission; certainly a hectic time for many high school seniors. 314 more words

College Planning

Being More than a Number

As students apply for college, it is understandable that many are concerned about their standardized test scores. Many families hire private tutors or help their students enroll in prep classes. 260 more words

College Money Mistakes (as reported by Emily Guy Birken on www.moneyning.com)

Going away to college is hard enough for a lot of kids. It’s your first time away from your parents and you have to fend for yourself. 96 more words

Financial Planning

More post secondary planning discoveries - cheap study abroad options

My oldest son wants to study Arabic, among other things (at this point his interests are pretty broad). He’s somewhat familiar with how Arabic works, having learned a little in Israel, along with becoming fluent in Modern Hebrew, a closely related language. 339 more words

Education And Schooling

9 Financial Aid Questions to Ask Before Choosing a College (College Basics)

Most students look at a variety of factors in choosing a college to which they will apply. Do they cater to my major? I’m interested in distance education; do they offer online programs?

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College Planning

Think athletic scholarships are a 'holy grail'? Think again (CNBC)

Stand long enough on the sidelines of any youth sports tournament and you will hear conversations about coaches, sports travel, and the cost of uniforms and gear.

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College Planning