Posts Results for searched categories: Organization and Planning

How to Narrow Down Your Top College List

How to Narrow Down Your Top College List

By ScholarPrep Nation / November 9, 2017 / 0 Comments

This is a guest post written by our friend, Heather Lomax, a contributing writer and media relations specialist for Hi […]

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The Secret to Preparing for College and Scholarship Applications

The Secret to Preparing for College and Scholarship Applications

By ScholarPrep Nation / August 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you’ve googled something along the lines of “how to prepare for college” and you […]

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How parents can help their kids prepare for applications without stress

How Parents Can Help Their Kids Prepare for Applications Without Stress

By ScholarPrep Nation / August 28, 2017 / Comments Off on How Parents Can Help Their Kids Prepare for Applications Without Stress

What comes to mind when you think about planning for college? Most families say things like: Timelines Debt Scholarships Overwhelming […]

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Why you need an accountability partner + how to find yours today

Why You Need an Accountability Partner + How to Find Yours Today

By ScholarPrep Nation / July 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

Accountability is key when applying for scholarships, jobs, and college. It is easy to become overwhelmed with deadlines, the seemingly […]

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Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

By ScholarPrep Nation / July 28, 2017 / Comments Off on Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

This is a guest post written by Samantha, the founder of AsLifeGrows.com, where she teaches students everything they need to know […]

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College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade

College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade Graduation

By ScholarPrep Nation / May 3, 2017 / Comments Off on College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade Graduation

Did you know that high school officially begins as soon as a student graduates from 8th grade? Anything they do […]

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