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Class of 2020 – Where Are They Applying?

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Class of 2020 – Where Are They Applying?

All students in Simply College Prep’s Class of 2020 have been accepted to at least one of their top three schools off the list below. Class of 2020 College List: Arizona State University Boise State University California Lutheran, CalPoly University-San Luis Obispo,                      Case Western, Champlain, Chapman University, Chico State, College of Charleston, Colorado State University, Concordia University, CSU-San Bernardino, CSU-Fresno, CSU-Fullerton, CSU-Northridge,  CSU-San Marcos,  DePaul University, Duquesne...

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College Advice for Juniors: Get Started Now!

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College Advice for Juniors: Get Started Now!

Happy New Year Juniors! Here’s some college advice for you to turn into a resolution you should keep. It’s this year, 2020, when you need to get serious about college planning, when you will submit the majority of your college applications, write your essays, fill out all the applications, and tend to all the tiny details that make up applying to college. Most importantly, this year is when you should spend time thinking about what the best college fit is for YOU! You probably haven’t given much thought to going off to college…yet. Soon, you will take the ACT or the SAT,...

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4 Ways to Keep College Application Costs Down!

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4 Ways to Keep College Application Costs Down!

This year will be another record-high year for applications. In conjunction with that it has also marked a banner year for wait-list and denials of competitive students. So, is the answer to send more applications, and does that increase your chances of getting an admit letter? It might. But it will cost you. The average student in our area is applying to 10-12 schools and can expect to pay upwards of $1,000 in application fees. That doesn’t include sending transcripts and test scores, with their associated fees, required by many colleges. First, every school on your list should be one that...

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