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Information, advice, and resources to help you make the most of your high school years, expand your college admissions knowledge, and enhance your chances for success.

College Planning Overview

  If you are one of the eight million high school students planning for college,…

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Why Go To College?

Why do you want to go to college? If your initial answer is "because my…

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Getting Acquainted With College

Checking out college web sites, visiting a college (any college) or attending a college fair…

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Finding Direction: Assessing Your Interests and Abilities

If you are a high school student without clear direction about your future, you are…

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Your Future: College Majors and Careers

Thinking about careers and college majors is daunting to many high school students, especially when…

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Getting Accepted: What Colleges Look For in Applicants

Admissions officers have varied criteria for evaluating candidates and determining which students to admit. In…

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Impressive Candidate vs. Admitted Student

Her story is not unusual -- stellar grades, challenging course load, strong SAT scores and…

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Planning Articles

Planning For College

Planning For College

Articles to help you plan your process.

Building Credentials

Building Credentials

Articles to help you stand out.

Enrichment

Enrichment

Explore how to better your opportunities.

Summer

summer

Articles to help you plan your process.

Timelines and Strategies

Timelines and Strategies

Articles to help you stand out.

Planning

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