The site may not be the most updated you’ll find in the world of educational resources, but it offers some great, free resources to help students improve their test scores.
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This resource can help parents determine which colleges may be considered ‘safe’ for their child (with regard to acceptance).
While it’s listed as ‘student resources,’ it’s actually more geared toward parents to help them determine whether or not their child is ready for the entrance exams, how to maximize the benefits of scholarships, and much more.
This publication offers parents useful information about the various tax benefits for education. It contains info about lifetime learning credits, scholarships, grants, and more.
Federal Student Aid through the Department of Education provides a vast range of resources, including how to find funding the pay for college.
There are many aspects to a college experience that parents may not know, especially if they’ve never gone themselves.
Savings plans, planning on college tuition costs, incidentals, living costs, and more can be complicated.
Marketed for homeschoolers, parents, and high school students, this site offers insight into the best high school courses to take when planning for college, as well as other helpful information.
A wealth of valuable resources for both students and parents, Go College Now provides info on the best steps to take to get into college, free study resources for standardized tests, and more.
This resource is a paid one, but it does offer some valuable free information, including dates and locations for upcoming SAT and other standardized tests.