COLLEGE SAVINGS 101

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The complete guide to choosing a college major

Once youíve applied and been accepted into college, itís time to select your major. A college admissions experts offers helpful tips for parents and students.

| College admissions | | Selecting a major | | college major |
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4 college admission myths every applicant should know

The college admission landscape is constantly evolving. Learn about four key college admissions myths to be aware of when completing your college applications.

| College admissions | | college application | | college admissions myths |
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3 ways your online presence can support your college application

Social media plays an important role in college recruiting and admissions. Learn how your online presence can positively contribute to your application strategy.

| College admissions | | social media | | college application |
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What you can do in middle school to start preparing for college

Middle school is a great time to start preparing for college. Here are steps to take during sixth, seventh and eighth grade to become a competitive applicant.

| admissions | | college |
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A High Schooler's Guide to Preparing For the Ivy Leagues

While thereís no set guideline that will lead you to a successful admission into the Ivy League, there are four things to focus on during your high school career that could increase your chances of getting in.

| ivy league | | college | | admission | | application |
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4 tips on making the most of summertime college visits

Summer is a great time of year for you to see firsthand if a college is the right school for you. Here are four recommendations to help you get the most out of your summer campus visits.

| College Visit | | College admission |
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Are college admissions officers checking out your profile?

According to a new survey from Kaplan Test Prep, todayís college applicants should be careful what they post to Facebook and Instagram.

| Social Media | | College Admissions | | Kaplan |
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Conquering the Admissions Interview

Consider the following tips to help you master your admissions interview.

| admissions interview | | Ivy Advisors |
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Lacrosse or Kumon? Which activities best prepare a young child for college?

Many believe that certain activities will give their child a leg up on the competition when it comes time to apply for college.

| college admission | | Sports Scholarship | | Music Lesson |
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Being Smart about Recommendation Letters Before Senior Year of High School

What is one of the most useful steps young students can take to improve their chances of getting into a top school?

| letters of recommendation | | senior | | college | | admission |
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How younger students can build a competitive profile for the Ivy League schools

It's never too early to start thinking about your child's college application. Here are some things you can do now to prepare your child for the Ivy League.

| Ivy League schools | | Admissions rates | | Harvard |
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Will a high school part-time job help with college admissions?

A part-time job can have a big impact on a studentís college application and could even influence their career path for years to come. Ryan Hickey, Managing Editor of Peterson's, shares four key questions that students should consider when looking for a part-time job.

| paying for college | | part time job | | saving for college | | college admissions |
 

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