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– the overhaul of the SAT
– the changes to the Financial Aid application regulations
– the record-low admit rates
– what really counts in the admissions committee room
– the Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success, and its brand new ‘Virtual College Locker’ portfolio-based application
– why you should submit your taxes electronically
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“I just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you again! The help and advice you gave to my mother and myself not only calmed out nerves through our first college applications, but allowed us to make smart decisions that we wouldn’t otherwise have thought of under any circumstances. I’m so so so grateful and don’t know if I’d be where I am right now without your help. I’m still in shock, but incredibly happy. Thank you so much.” – Samantha Norman
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“I owe so much to you and Jill that I can’t even express it in words. Staci graduated last May from Middlebury College with a degree in Chemistry. After 4 years of attending a school with a sticker price of $60,000 per year, the outstanding loan amount is less than $20,000…that is less than a car payment!
As I suspected for at least the last 6 or 7 years – school will be a “full time; maybe forever, endeavor” for Staci.
She is starting a Masters in Liberal Arts Program at St Johns College in Annapolis in January and has applied to 6 schools for a PhD program in Chemistry. Of course, she knows what she wants in her education and continues to set the bar high. The short list is Stanford, Northwestern, UChicago, Princeton, Yale, and Duke. (She is deferring entering the PhD programs for a year so that she can compete the Masters in Liberal Arts). And much to our surprise, she has already received her acceptance into UChicago’s program.
Again, you are the hero that allowed the journey to continue and a student to follow their passion. If there was $250,000 in debt after the first degree, there would be no way to continue to the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th!”