If you’re like most high schoolers, you probably think of the PSAT as a practice run for the SAT. But this test actually has some pretty high stakes of its own. In fact, its full name is the PSAT/NMSQT, or National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. If you get a top score on the test, you … Continued

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Transferring from community college to a university should be as simple as basic math: Two years at the first school plus two years at the second equals a bachelor’s degree. But the equation is often more complicated. Many students’ classes don’t transfer correctly, and they have to spend extra time and tuition dollars finishing their … Continued

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Some college students might justify a slip in their grades by saying a 2.2 GPA student earns the same degree as 3.8 GPA student. But getting decent college grades matters. In fact, earning at least average grades is one part of making “satisfactory academic progress” (SAP), a key element of financial aid eligibility. So if you’re … Continued

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