Harvard University accepted 5.9% of applicants last year, and Stanford admitted 5.1% of applicants - the lowest in college history. High school studen...
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Before your child heads off to college this fall, it's important to sit down as a family to make sure you're all on the same page about living expenses and spending money while he or she is away.
There is no real "top 50 colleges": this zero-sum game of rankings renders meaningless. Students must examine a college's philosophy, environment, and academic offerings themselves.
With a record number of students graduating in Spring 2009, combined with a depressed economy, colleges will be flooded with applications.
So, what will college ultimately cost? You must make yourself aware of even the smallest expenditures (which, when combined, make for one very large e...
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