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Planning for College

What Do You Want To Be? Parents and Counselors Give Teens Career Guidance
High school students need direction on their career path, and parents and counselors each play a key role.

A middle school parent's college prep guide
You and your child need to start planning for college no later than middle school. Here are seven steps your child and family should take.

Web Tools Help Find the Right College for Your Student
These Web sites provide tools to help narrow the field for your college-seeking student.

Is college right for your child?
College is expensive, your child doesn't have a clue about a career path. Is it really worth it? Read on before you decide.

Paying for College

Break down the bill: What's college really going to cost?
College is a big investment, so it pays to do your homework.

Can you spot a scholarship scam?
Families eager to find scholarships can become easy targets for financial aid con artists. Here's how to be a smart consumer.

2008-09 College Costs: Keep Rising Prices in Perspective
Students and their families will pay, on average, $108 to $1,398 more for tuition and fees in 2008-09 than they did last year. But there's good news, too.

How Savings Affect Financial Aid
Saving for college pays, even when it comes to receiving financial aid. Here's why.

Applying

Easing College Admissions Anxiety
More students are applying to college than ever before. Even with the increased competition, most who apply to four-year colleges are admitted.

ACT or SAT: What's the difference?
Find out how these two college admissions tests differ and whether your student should take one or the other, or both.

Which test is which? A guide for parents of tweens and teens
In middle and high school, students take a wider range of tests, and parents need to learn the difference between the PSAT, AP and ACT to help guide them.

All about Advanced Placement (AP) courses and exams
The AP program gives students the opportunity to take college-level courses while they are still in high school.

Alternatives to College

What if your teen wants to skip college?
Your child may want to delay college or skip it altogether. But he still needs an education. Here's how you can help.

Why community colleges?
What's the best path for your child?







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