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Both parents and students generally have a lot of questions about scholarships. Here are some answers to the most common scholarship questions:
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Categories: Edu Planning, Essays for Scholarships, Financial Aid, Student Scholarships, College Planning | Tags: Scholarships , College Planning | Comments: (0) | View Count: (556)
One of the best ways for high school students to distinguish themselves is by developing their leadership skills. Involvement in student clubs, activities, and athletics can all help juniors and seniors stand out from the crowd on college admissions applications. Many special scholarship opportunities are also available for students who take on leadership responsibilities.
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Categories: College Funding, Senior Year in High School, Student Scholarships, Volunteering, College Planning | Tags: Leadership , scholarships , Scholarship Opportunities | Comments: (0) | View Count: (583)
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Ivy League School Admissions

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Ivy League School Admissions
New trends in admissions into Ivy League schools include early decision or early action programs. Through these programs, elite universities are accepting or rejecting students as early as freshman year of high school. For example, certain Ivy League schools sent out acceptance letters for the class of 2020 in December of 2015.
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Categories: College List, Edu Planning, Student Scholarships, College Planning | Tags: College Admissions , Early decision , Ivy League Colleges | Comments: (0) | View Count: (536)
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Choosing a College Major

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Choosing a college major is a daunting task for every high school or college student. It seems that students are expected to know what they want to do with their lives at an earlier age than ever before. Combine this with a volatile job market and students are really feeling the pressure. This article provides helpful information to reduce the stress of choosing a college major.
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Categories: Edu Planning, Senior Year in High School, College Planning, College Majors | Tags: Edu Planning , College Planning , College Majors , College Major | Comments: (0) | View Count: (571)
For high school students interested in post-secondary education, it pays off to start planning early for college. Here are some ways students can set themselves up to achieve success in college:
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Categories: College List, Senior Year in High School, College Funding | Tags: College planning , College Prep , Scholarships | Comments: (0) | View Count: (471)
Good grades, excellent letters of recommendation, and strong standardized test scores are all important for college admissions. But what about paying for college? Earning a scholarship for volunteering just may close the gap of how much you will owe. The average student still needs to come up with $7,000.00 to $14,000.00 after financial aid is awarded. What you need to know about volunteering:
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Categories: College Funding, Community Service, Financial Aid, Senior Year in High School, Student Scholarships | Tags: Volunteering , Financial Aid , Community Service , College Funding | Comments: (0) | View Count: (491)
Know how it works and get ready!
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Categories: College Funding, Community Service, Financial Aid, Student Athletes, Student Scholarships | Tags: scholarship facts and myths , Scholarships , EFC | Comments: (0) | View Count: (910)
SAT and ACT Studying a Summer Must | The Coaching Educator
Summertime is the perfect time to work on your SAT and ACT scores. Here are some practical steps that you can take to improve your scores.
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Categories: Student Scholarships, Edu Planning, SAT and ACT | Tags: SAT prep , ACT prep , Scholarships for College | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1047)
RecruitLook welcomes The Coaching Educator Team to their family. This will further help student athletes with strategic planning and reaching their goals at the college level.
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Categories: College Funding, Financial Aid, Student Athletes, Student Scholarships | Tags: scholarships , student scholarships , Financial Aid | Comments: (0) | View Count: (646)
  Taking your SAT/ACT again. | The Coaching Educator
Should you take the SAT/ACT again? Here are a few questions to ask.
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Categories: Uncategorized, Senior Year in High School | Tags: | Comments: (0) | View Count: (613)
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