Mark Rowh

Mark Rowh is a Virginia-based writer and educator.

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How to Save Money by Transferring Colleges

Starting at a more affordable college then transferring is a growing trend with students. See how this strategy could save you money at the end of four years.read more

How to Figure Out Your College Costs

From admission to fees and beyond, there's a LOT that goes into the cost of college. Here's how to research total costs when you're searching for schools.read more

College Search Do's and Don'ts

As you tackle the college search process, some things are must do's--but there are also some mistakes that can get in the way of a successful search experience.read more

Everything You Need to Know About Grad School Standardized Tests

Just like with undergrad, the grad school application process may include standardized tests, like the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, or MCAT. This guide explains them all!read more

All of the Tests! How to Prepare for the ACT, SAT, and More

This standardized test guide covers prepping for the ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP tests, and more. It's basically everything you need to know. So let's get started.read more

The Best Scholarship Search Sites, Books, and More

Do you want to win a college scholarship? Lucky for you, there are literally billions of dollars in awards out there...and plenty of resources to help you find them.read more

Dealing With Graduate School Debt: Tips All Grad Students Should Know

These days, grad school debt is all but inevitable. These expert tips will help you deal with the student loans left in the wake of that hard-earned graduate degree.read more

Transferable Skills for College Students: The Secret to Getting a Job

What are transferable skills? Why do you want them? Where can you get them? Here's everything college students need to know.read more

How to Prepare for Your College Classes: 4 Genius Tips

Follow these four tips to be fully prepared for your college classes.read more

Top Campus Safety Tips

These campus safety tips are a must-read for every college and university student. And soon-to-be college and university students. And probably their parents too.read more