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May 1st has been dubbed "National Decision Day" as this is typically the deadline most students have to submit their deposit at their chosen school. But important decisions are made every step of the way through the college selection process. Do your students have enough data to make those important decisions?
How can students and their parents make the best choice when comparing financial aid offers? Learn ten common mistakes students make and how you can help them overcome these mistakes.
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The criticism over the consideration of graduate earnings and monetary return on investment in a college decision is ultimately harmful to students.
Students are multi-dimensional and so any matching system must be too.
Why the mystery pricing game being played by colleges has to end.
There are many paths to learning and none of them more valid than any other. We seek to find the best path for each student, whether they are in high school, college or in a career.
Realizing one's full potential to make the world a better place is the ultimate outcome.
If the human brain is so smart and sophisticated, why do we make so many bad decisions? We'd like to encourage all families to say good-bye to bad decisions about education.
Why college matching is a fundamentally different approach to identifying best fit schools than college search.
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College Factual can help you...
- Access important data on hundreds of colleges and universities around the country.
- Give your students direction as to what college major and career they should choose.
- Begin helping students form initial college lists which you can analyze with them.