How to Ace Your College Interview – Find lots of tips here to help you navigate the interview process. And then breathe deeply to calm yourself, put a big smile on your face, and walk in with confidence!
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Tips for Surviving Your Freshman Year of College – Follow these tips to get off to a great start as you begin the next phase of your education.
It is important for parents and children to work together when it comes to selecting a college. There are a number of factors that influence this choice. Parents often what to find a school that offers a quality education
A2Z College Planning is pleased to announce that several of our Senior students have already received early acceptance into their top colleges!
Whether you’re just receiving your acceptance letters, you’re focused on keeping on track with your last
While it is generally considered the responsibility of the family to pay for college, most all students have need for assistance and will receive some type of financial aid upon acceptance to any college or university regardless of a
There have always been differing opinions on whether college freshmen should work while they attend school. One view is that college courses are going to be much harder than what a teenager has experienced before. For that reason, most
Congratulations! You’re either expecting your new bundle of joy in the upcoming months, or you’ve recently had a new addition to your family. In either case, chances are you’ve thought of your child’s future and dreamt of hugging them
Early April marks the arrival of financial aid award letters from colleges across the US. You may be happy to see that your student is eligible for assistance with college expenses, but the complexity of financial aid awards often
It’s difficult for parents to sit down with a calculator and come up with an accurate budget for a child’s college education. If you don’t think so, prepare a budget for your life for the next four years and see
For high school Seniors, April is the month when final acceptance letters should arrive. This means that it’s a month of decisions as you evaluate financial aid packages, compare offers of admissions and possibly revisit your top choices.