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Top 5 Things to Consider When Choosing a College Major

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What should I study in college? How should I choose a college major?  While seemingly docile, these questions are wolves in sheep’s clothing!   945 more words

10 Summer College Prep Ideas for Rising Seniors

Summer is a wonderful time of year and a time we look forward to all year long. It is a time for relaxation, vacation, and free time. 790 more words

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7 Tips for College Freshman

No matter where you are on your path through higher education, there are a few great tips to have in your arsenal in order to ensure an amazing college experience! 802 more words

7 College Must Do’s

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This post is all about squeezing the most out of your college years.   892 more words

New York College Tuition Free Program

State of NY has just started State college tuition free for NY State residents. Please go to the following link to read more, https://www.ny.gov/programs/tuition-free-degree-program-excelsior-scholarship.  Besides usual and predictable rules such as family income, academic achievement, etc., there is a big string attached on this program. 177 more words

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Do You Really Need A Degree? The Benefits Of Furthering Your Education

After finishing thirteen years of K-12 education, many people are too sick of school to think about subjecting themselves to another 2 to 4 years or more. 425 more words

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Making the Most of Summer Vacation

Summer vacation is the best time of year – no more getting up early, no more spending all day at school, no more homework! While it is absolutely the time for relaxing, spending time with friends, going on vacations, and hanging out by the pool, it is also a great time to engage in activities that can boost your chances of being accepted to your dream college. 842 more words

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