School is about judgment; how well you test, how well you present and remember information, a test that is quite honestly not fair. People learn in different ways and schools as well as the ACT/SAT don’t conform to everyone’s learning abilities. These tests are lifelines; they determine what college we go to or if we go to college. The truth is some of the smartest people in the world never finished high school. So what does school really teach us? How far ahead to we really get?
The most important part of applying for college admission is getting the application submitted on time. All of your hard work completing essays, collecting recommendations, and organizing test scores and transcripts will be for nothing if you don't get your application in by the appropriate deadline. Students and parents need to know the different types of college admission options, so they can choose the program that fits their needs and make sure they send their applications in on time.
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2015 Guide To FAFSA, CSS Profile, College Financial Aid And Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
TEST!!! Applying for college financial aid can be complicated, but the Financial Aid Roadmap can help. This infographic guides you through various financial aid timelines and shares financial aid tips.