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This is it – the last year before high-school juniors head off to college. That means big plans and big steps, and lots of little details in between (For our students, find a complete Junior College Prep Checklist in your handbook).
Four Essential College Prep Steps
Four More College Prep Steps to Consider
Financial Aid Planning
We’ve saved the biggest step for last – paying for college. You’ll need to map out a plan for increasing your financial aid. Your options are limited, but certain steps are mandatory.
All these steps make for a busy summer, but if you do them now, it will cut down on all the work you have to do this summer. Much of the work can be made easier using RSC’s college prep tools, including SAT/ACT prep materials, list of top financial aid colleges, admissions essay tips and college-cost estimates. It’s like having a guidance counselor who only specializes in colleges. It makes applying and getting great financial aid a whole lot easier.
You have enough work to do, so make it easy on yourself. Get help from a college prep expert!
To see everything our program offers you, visit our Comparison Chart. Starting now is starting late, but we can get you ready for college!
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