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Question: What part should my parents play in my college application? Parental involvement in the college admissions process varies from family to family, and is sometimes a point of conflict. At ...
Q: How many schools should my junior apply to? Is there really such thing as a “safety” school? What does that mean? A: Trying to decide how many and which colleges ...
Unlike when you were enrolling in school, the college admissions process is full of twists and turns these days. Students have to meet several different deadlines for various types of applications, ...
Do you hover over your kids with anxious anticipation of fulfilling an unmet need? Your intentions may be honorable, but the behavior may earn you an unwanted moniker – helicopter parent. ...
“If there’s one mistake my students make [when choosing a college], it’s not listening to their parents,” says Bruce Hammond, director of college counseling at Sandia Preparatory School in Albuquerque, ...
When he or she comes to you (as most smart students do) asking you to help edit his or her personal statement, don’t panic!
Find out how to involve your parents in the college planning process.
As a parent, you can be a great asset to help them relieve stress during exam preparation.
Check out this summertime test prep you can do at the beach.
Parents can be the best guide for students during their college search and decision process.
Discover your role on college moving day.
Parents don't have to feel like their child in college is so far away with these tools.
Discover how technology can keep you together during the college years.
February and March are tense within the world of college admissions - for all involved parties.
Find out more about the legacy factor in college admissions.
Parents can help maintain the peace in the college search process.
Parents, brace yourself for college move-in day.
Check out these five simple things to get kids to think the c-word (college).
A parents' perspective to too much going on and not enough fun in their high school juniors' lives.