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When students first begin to research colleges and universities, their options often exist only within pamphlets and webpages. But soon you move on to campus tours, where an entirely new set of questions presents itself?not questions about basic admissions procedures  
Taking tests can be one of the more unpleasant aspects of school. But with AP exams, you have one distinct advantage?your teacher has been preparing you for them throughout the year! Of course, extra advice never hurts. With your instructor?s  
Your financial aid determinations can radically affect the schools where you ultimately enroll, so it?s important to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) early in order to maximize your award. After the U.S. Department of Education reviews  
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Seeing a school can help narrow a student?s top choices and ultimately, provide information that will prove helpful when completing the applications and essays. But what you do while at the school is equally important. Here are 10 tips that will get you on the right track.  
After standardized tests, campus tours, and applications, you're probably ready for the college admissions drill to end. But now another important phase of the admissions process begins. Here are several factors to weigh as you navigate this difficult decision.