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Planning for College

Will My High School's Low Rating Affect My College Chances?
Encourage your child to develop skills of observation with this moldy experiment.

10 Hottest Careers for College Graduates
Experts predict where the jobs will be in 2016.

Choosing College Courses: Heeding Advice From Adults vs. Peers
A mother tells how her daughter learned the hard way whose advice to trust when choosing college courses.

Letting go: Tips for parents of new college students
After 18 years of parenting, it can be hard to let go. Here is a sneak peek at the challenges of the transition ahead and advice to prepare right now.

Paying for College

Creative ways to pay for college in an economic downturn
Economic woes needn't mean the end of your child's college plans.

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.

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

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.


My Son's Job Is His Only Activity. Do Colleges Care?
Second-graders learn strategies to decode unfamiliar words and figure out their meanings.

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.

Applications: A parent's role
Your challenge as a parent is to support your student as she applies to college but let her do the work.

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.

Alternatives to College

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

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.

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