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Why Not To Sweat The College Admission Process

The college admission cheating scandal has put higher education back in the news in a bad way. Is it really worth $500,000 to get into the “right” school? What if your child can’t get into his or her top choice school? And even if she can get in, what if it’s not realistic for you […]

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Quote Of The Week: With High Quality, Low Price, Getting Into Florida Universities Becomes More Challenging

“Every year it gets harder and harder to get into schools in Florida. It’s because the schools are fantastic and out-of-state-schools are very expensive.” Dave Arnott, parent of a student at Cypress Bay High School in Weston, Florida, as interviewed in Admission to UF, FSU, other state universities may depend on where you attend high school, […]

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Ivy League Colleges Even More Selective In Fall Admissions

Not looking forward to paying over $65,000 per year in college tuition and room and board at the Ivies? You may not need to. There’s an even more daunting task at hand; getting your child admitted in the first place. Fall admission numbers are out and America’s most exclusive Ivy League colleges are reporting that the […]

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