College

Summer + Study = Better Scores

    Scoring Higher on College Entrance Exams Is All About the Early Prep College entrance exams. The mere thought can evoke terror in the heart of the most confident student. Fear not, but get a jump on your studies,

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The Healthy College Student

  What to Know Before You Go by Susan Sugerman, MD, MPH | Contributor Senior year—I call it “the big lie.”  It’s the “top of your game,” “easy street,” a time for “no worries.”  From movies to social media, that

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Navigating the (Legal) Issues of Going Off to College

  by Colin Smith | Contributor   Q) What do we need to do before our kids leave for college? A)  If a student is 18, have the student sign a simple estate plan.  Parents should have copies of these documents,

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Travel Tips for the College Bound

Your baby is off to college. Don’t be sad – I’m told by parents who’ve been there that the “fun” of moving a kid on campus will dry your tears in no time. Here’s how to make it easier. by

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SAT’s Overall High School Timeline

      by Karyn Brodsky FRESHMAN  • Create a high school plan. Familiarize yourself with which high school courses are required by colleges and be sure to enroll in the applicable courses starting this year. Know the levels of

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The Road to College

      Planning tips and timelines  that drive the process by Karyn Brodsky When it comes to planning for college, many would agree with the Plano Senior High School website* description, “the college admissions process can be a monstrous

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8 Things Every 18-Year-Old Should Be Able To Do

  by Tierney Thompson | Contributor As we race toward the end of another school year we hope that our children have learned all they need to move on to the next level. Julie Lythcott-Haims, bestselling author of How to

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New Dreams, New Beginnings, New Career

Continuing Education at Richland Prepares This Baby Boomer for New Possibilities by Alicia Wanek Many empty nesters are looking to try something different as they enter another season of life. With a new country, a new language, and with her

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How Anyone Can Save At Least 1/3 on the Cost of a College Education

  by Alicia Wanek How can you save tens of thousands of dollars on the cost of a college education?  You can apply for scholarships and grants, but what if there was an even simpler option? How about starting at

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