Free eBook: High Schoolers' Guide to the Future

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Apr   2015

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Calling all college-bound high schoolers!

Whether you're a freshman with a few more years to go or a senior with solid plans for this fall, we've got an awesome new resource just for you. College should be on your radar from your first day of ninth grade until the day you walk the stage. That's why we teamed up with the test prep pros at Magoosh to create a free eBook that will help guide you through all the ups and downs of preparing for college while you're in high school.

The High Schoolers' Guide to the Future is set up as a timeline with tips for what you should do and focus on during each year of high school. Topics include:

  • Prepping for AP and standardized tests
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Managing stress
  • Finding the right college
  • Navigating the financial aid process
  • Working with your parents as a team
  • . . . and much more!

Click here to download the eBook as a PDF, or browse through it on Slideshare below:

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