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Death from College Cost Sticker Shock…and How to Avoid It: Part 2

Last Updated by Jason Robinovitz on April 24, 2018

We closed Part 1 of this blog post by saying that Part 2 would be up-coming soon and would cover one of the most important ways to reduce college costs even more – by improving scores on standardized tests. So, here’s Part 2.

Topics: ACT, Test Scores, College Admission, ACT/SAT, College Planning, Financial Aid

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Topics: ACT, Test Scores, College Admission, ACT/SAT, College Planning, Financial Aid

Tell Me You’re Kidding: ACT Tells Colleges WHAT? (Part II)

Last Updated by Jason Robinovitz on February 16, 2017

In Part I of this series, we laid out the problem with ACT’s four free score reports included in the “base” price of the testing. ACT’s reporting method might have an unfavorable impact on your college applications. And we promised we’d tell you what to do about that problem in Part II.

Topics: ACT

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Topics: ACT

Tell Me You’re Kidding: ACT Tells Colleges WHAT? (Part I)

Last Updated by Jason Robinovitz on February 13, 2017

Imagine there’s somebody you want to ask out on a very special date – maybe to the prom – but you find out that you’re no better than his/her fourth choice. Not particularly flattering or encouraging, is it? Having found out, are you more likely or less likely to ask that person to go out on that date?

Topics: ACT, Private-School, Educational Consulting

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Topics: ACT, Private-School, Educational Consulting

Are you applying to UF, FSU, or UCF?

Last Updated by Judi Robinovitz on June 11, 2015

 

All three applications are scheduled to be available online by early August, but the essay questions for UF and FSU may not be the same as last year’s.

Topics: ACT, ACT/SAT, Test-Prep, SAT

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Topics: ACT, ACT/SAT, Test-Prep, SAT