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Education Quest Monthly College Planning Tips September 2014 October 2014
As a senior in high school I’ve been on the hunt for college scholarships because we all know school doesn’t come cheap. I know there are a lot of scholarships out there, but it’s hard finding those that apply to me. . . .
Beyond High School SOCS has teamed up with our affiliates, EducationQuest Foundation and Inceptia, to bring you these tools for college planning and financial education. These are great resources that can enhance your . . .
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For many high school students, the Internet is a virtual playground. A place to connect with friends, explore interests, and even study for school. About 1/3 of students report that they’re constantly connected . . .
The ACT School Code is 280-270. Here are some helpful websites! ACT Practice Exams Activities Resume Template UNL Admissions NECC transcript request f orm Advanced Scholars Web Site . . .
DECEMBER 12, 2013 by Amy Khokhar LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, just posted a list of the most overused buzzwords in its members’ profiles in 2013. Spoiler alert: bad . . .
Registering for the ACT or for the John Baylor Test Prep program? Check out this resource .
Dedicated to producing high-quality resources and tools at zero cost, the Affordable Colleges Foundation recently launched a new guide to help students in Nebraska explore online program and course options from accredited, not-for-profit . . .