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What Every Parent Needs to Know About College Admissions - How to Prepare Your Child to Succeed in College and Life - cover

What Every Parent Needs to Know About College Admissions - How to Prepare Your Child to Succeed in College and Life

Christie Barnes

Publisher: Mango Media

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The Truth About Career Planning and the College Search Process“…the go-to guide for students to find the right path, at the right time, for the right tuition amount to lead to their best career outcome.” ?Anna Costaras and Gail Liss, authors of  The College Bound Organizer#1 New Release in Education ResearchSociety's guiding “truths” about higher education are now incorrect. In  What Every Parent Needs to Know About College Admissions, Christie Barnes helps parents and students alike cut through the noise and find the best school, which might not always be the most prestigious or expensive one.College planning re-examined.  All economic levels are getting vastly incorrect information for college and career planning, leading to anxiety-ridden youth and crippling student debt. Less affluent students are being led to more expensive options and high achievers feel compelled to apply for college at the most prestigious institutions. But, whether it’s a state school, safety school, or public school?there are other options beside an overpriced private school. It could be, but it might not be.A guidance counselor for parents.  Learn that it’s not just about the “right” college, it’s about the “right fit” college. Using statistics, experts, and multi-factor analysis to clarify what should and should not be a worry in college planning, Barnes helps parents identify better, and often overlooked, options. In this guide, she dissects the top ten parental worries about   how to get into college, including college applications, college admissions, college requirements, and college acceptance.Inside find:The first comprehensive individualized career and academic planning guide available to parents and teensDetails on new innovative programs endorsed by schools, colleges, and HR departmentsA bonus “Academic Planning Guide”If you enjoyed books like  Launch,  Prepared, or  Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be, you’ll love  What Every Parent Needs to Know About College Admissions.
Available since: 07/13/2021.
Print length: 402 pages.

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