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College is an excellent investment — you acquire valuable knowledge about the world, set yourself up for a career, and give your parents bragging rights for eternity – though it may cost quite a bit. Now imagine that you could … Continue reading
If this is your first time applying to college, the term “letter of recommendation” may sound like a foreign tongue to you. Not to worry! In this list, we break down everything you need to know about letters of recommendation … Continue reading
Location vs. class size? Major vs. options? Home vs. far away from home, please? Students have a lot to consider when thinking about colleges. From the philosophical to the financial, “where am I going next?” is top of mind for … Continue reading
When you think of the term “student loan”, does the word “investment” also cross your mind? If so, you’re not alone. In a recent survey1, conducted in June 2015, 84 percent of millennials said they believe a student loan is … Continue reading
Applying to college isn’t something you do every day. With so much information about admissions online, it can be a lot of work just to find a place to begin your research. Luckily, we’ve got a few tips to guide … Continue reading
High school juniors and seniors are likely spending a lot of time right now on the college application process. From identifying and visiting suitable campuses to completing applicant packages and waiting for acceptance letters, the experience can be a lot … Continue reading
As exam season gears up, you’re bound to ask “Which will I do better on, the SAT or ACT?” Each test has its own tone, format, and emphasis — so you could gain an advantage by taking the one that … Continue reading