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Early Decision Results for College Goals’ Students

With the exception of just of few colleges, most students have heard back from the colleges to which they applied early action or early decision.  Here are the results from our College Goals’ students!!  Congratulations on a job well done!  And, students, good luck on your regular decision applications! Early Decision Results 2014   Number […]

Notes for Families who are Applying for Financial Aid

by Carolyn Stewart, Director of Communications, College Goals, LLC FAFSA stands for “Free Application for Federal Student Aid.”  Completing the FAFSA online is the first step that students and families must take toward receiving financial aid for college, career school, or graduate school. There is no income cut-off to qualify for federal student aid. Therefore, […]

ACT to Move Toward Computer-Based Testing

A very interesting article from the New York Times, dated May 7, 2013……. ACT to Move Toward Computer-Based Testing By TAMAR LEWIN High school students will take the ACT college admissions exam by computer starting in the spring of 2015 — but at least for a while, the paper and pencil version will be available, […]

An Introduction to College Goals

COLLEGE GOALS is a highly qualified university admission consulting practice specializing in counseling families interested in higher education opportunities in the United States. We accept both U.S. and international students from around the globe. Students benefit from the collective knowledge of a veteran Ivy League Associate Dean; two professionals each of whom has worked for […]

Top 10 Things for Parents to Remember

Excellent tips for parents during the college application process — from Middlebury College Admissions: It is good, of course, that students and parents approach this process jointly, but we all know that at its best, the process itself can prepare students for the independence that they will experience in college. The following list contains […]

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