Hi SAT Studiers!
It’s true; the Oct 5th SAT is fast approaching! If you’re taking that test, I can imagine you’re in need for a study break right about now :). So here’s what I suggest: check out our top 5 list (in no particular order) for this week as a more productive than usual study break! Learn more about college, financial aid, and SAT snacking before you head back to studying for the big day.
Let the study break begin:
Overview of the American College Landscape: You’d be surprised by how much there is to know about colleges in America! Here’s a great summary of the 6 main types of colleges out there, thanks to Noodle Education.
How To Get Financial Aid For College: Navigating financial aid is no easy feat, but with these great tips from PossibilityU, you’ll get the tools you need to win more financial aid than you probably thought was possible!
Deciding How Many Colleges to Apply To: For each college app you send in, you’ll need to pay a fee. So check out these tips from University Language to make sure you’re investing in the right number of schools.
That’s it for this week’s list! Let me know in the comments below if you’ve got any blogs you think are worthy of next week’s top five.
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