Can I Have a Little Help Here?

November 04, 2016





College application deadlines are drawing near, and for many students, navigating the long and complicated admissions process can be tedious and often-times stressful. Luckily, students have a variety of resources available to them for help and advice along the way. Students often work with guidance counselors, enlist the help of SAT tutors and scour a variety college guide books, but there is one resource that students find most helpful above all others. According to Barnes & Noble College research, 49% of high school students felt their parents were the most helpful in completing the college application process.


While parents can’t control where their child is admitted, they can provide invaluable guidance and support throughout the arduous and sometimes nerve-racking college application process.


Source: Barnes & Noble College | College Insights | College Admissions, 2016



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