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    52+ Best College Admissions Blogs
    For a parent trying to navigate the complicated world of test prep, college admissions and financial aid, it can be hard to know what information is actually important, timely and relevant. To guide you to some of the best resources out there, we've collected 52+ great college admissions blogs, along with some helpful test prep and...
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    The 2017 College Prep Calendar
    College applications involve a ridiculous number of deadlines to keep track of, and it can easily become overwhelming. To help make sure you're addressing every aspect of the application we've put together a list of every important date you'll need to know if your student is applying to college in 2017. If your child is a...
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    10 Things You Need to Know Before Choosing an SAT Tutor or Course
    The SAT is stressful for everyone. A few hundred points may be all that's standing between your student and qualifying for a top-tier college or landing that full-ride scholarship. And picking a great prep course can be overwhelming. You can do an online course, but is that enough? There are tutoring services available, but can you...
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    Guidance Counselors, Financial Aid, and Majors: College Radar
    Want to get the College Radar by email? Sign up here. Here's what we're reading this week in the world of college admissions: High school guidance counselors can help seniors. Steeped in the admissions process fall after fall, guidance counselors are sure-handed resources for seniors applying to college. When senior year kicks off, requirements like teacher recommendations and submitting...
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    College Radar: Early Decision, Deadlines, Division III Sports
    Want to get the College Radar by email? Sign up here. Here's what's going on this week in the world of college admissions: November 1st is the Early Action and Early Decision deadline for many colleges. Some seniors choose to get started two months before the Regular Decision deadline to get a jumpstart on admissions and to...
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    College Lists, Safety Schools, and Football: College Radar
    Want to get the College Radar by email? Sign up here. Here's what's going on this week in the world of college admissions:   With a little bit over three months until Regular Decision applications are due, seniors need to figure out what colleges they’re going to apply to. They need to make a college list. There are 1,845...
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    Most Recent Podcasts
    How to Submit the FAFSA and Save Time, Energy, and Money
    Listen to Paying for College: The FAFSA, from the College Radar Podcast. Subscribe to the College Radar Podcast via iTunes. In today's episode of the College Radar Podcast, host Ben Flores talks about one major part of paying for college: the FAFSA. The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and it's required to apply...
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    The Difference Between Applying Regular Decision, Early Action, and Early Decision
    Listen to The Difference Between Applying Regular Decision, Early Action, and Early Decision from the College Radar Podcast. Subscribe to the College Radar Podcast via iTunes. In today's episode of the College Radar Podcast, host Danny Wheeler discusses the differences between applying to college Regular Decision, Early Action, and Early Decision. Don't worry about catching every detail; reference the bullet...
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    How to Make a College List
    Listen to How to Make a College List from the College Radar Podcast. In today's episode of the College Radar Podcast, Tom Rose, CEO of Testive, talks about how to decide where to apply to college. Here are some college characteristics to help make a choice: average GPA and SAT score, size of the student body, coursework, location, cost, and fit.  Don't...
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