Worried about your teen’s applications? Want college application advice from real college counselors and admissions officers? Worried about those approaching ACTs and SATs? Anxious about paying for your teen’s college choice? Worry not: our college survival guide answers all of these questions and more.
If you are a chill parent, how chill should you be? If you are a bit of an intense parent, when is intense too intense? What is a parent’s job while your teenager is deciding between different schools? Your Teen Magazine‘s free College Admissions Survival Guide will help you decide how involved you want to — and should — be in the college process.
If you, like many parents, are worried about your teenager’s future, our Guide offers a road-map for every step of the college process. This includes:
- Advice from a College Counselor
- Paying for College
- Saving for College
- The High School Transcript
- How Important Are Extracurriculars When
- Admissions Testing
- Finding the Right College For You
- The Campus Visit
- Writing The College Essay
- What Happens When You Click Submit?
- The Agony of Waiting
- Evaluating Offers
Get all of your college information in one easy-to-read, organized guide for parents. Think this survival guide has the answers that you need? There’s only one way to find out.
“The big day has arrived. Your teenager has submitted her college applications, and it’s time to kick back and wait for the results. But for colleges across the country, the work has just begun. In the months following the deadline, admissions officers work round the clock to decide who gets accepted for next year’s freshman class – and who doesn’t. So what happens behind those closed doors? Your Teen decided to find out.”
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