Money, Jobs, & College
No matter what your testing goals, time or budget, here’s some advice about making your test prep choice.
Your child will have learned how to be more independent and self-reliant than he was when he lived at home....This means that you’ll have to change your old ways of interacting with your child and accommodate his new, adult status.
College Admissions Counselors were asked "When you read applications, what qualities were always an immediate turn-off?"
I’m blessed to have wonderful parents who taught me healthy ways to manage money. Here are three of the principles they taught me:
Here are ten questions that can be a good starting point to get you thinking about what you might like from your college experience.
Q: I’m heading off to college this month. What’s the most important thing I need to know about money?
The more selective the college, the less of a numbers-driven meritocracy the admissions process will be. The numbers will always be important. But once you have finalists who’ve achieved those metrics, you have to look to other, less tangible qualities.