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Tips For Choosing The Right University (CBS Chicago)

Choosing the right university is an enormous undertaking and one that should not be taken lightly. The commitment given to college life is on average four years and also an incredible amount of cost, after all choosing the right university can mean overall happiness in life and financial wealth.

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Get Rewarded for Your Hobby with These Student Scholarships (University Language)

When people think of scholarships for college, they tend to think only in terms of academic and athletic scholarships. But did you know there are lots of scholarships available to high school students who take part in a variety of hobbies?

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I CAN’T WAIT FOR SUMMER. Not because I won’t be busy; I will be. Not because I won’t be working; I’ll be working twice as much. 199 more words

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5 college finance problems your parents didn't have (USA Today)

If you’re in the throes of college research and decision-making, it’s likely that how to pay for college is a huge consideration. And because things have changed so much economically over the last 25 years, some say that today’s young adults, those classified as Millennials, have a lot more to think about than their Generation X parents did.

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5 Things to Consider When Weighing Admission Offers (IvyWise)

Most admission decisions are in for the Class of 2019, and now that the anxiety of waiting to hear back from admissions offices has passed, it may set into motion a new phase of stress and uncertainty: deciding where to enroll.

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5 Things NOT To Say To Your Teen About College Decisions (Huffington Post)

It used to be that all college admission notifications were delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. You didn’t even need to open the letter to know what was inside: If it was a thick package, you had gotten in and the envelope contained a zillion forms to fill out.

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