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  • Admissions Consultants - Admissions consulting advice for applicants preparing essays and applications to the top colleges, universities, medical and business schools.
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  • Black Excel: The College Help Network - Features links to resources to help African American students navigate the college admissions process.
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  • CampusTours Inc. - Allows prospective students to order college viewbooks and applications from up to twenty schools simultaneously, and have them sent directly to their homes, free of charge.
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  • College & University - Advice on choosing a career path, finding a school and getting financial aid.
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  • College Admissions from About.com - News plus tips on scholarships, applications, rank, tests, visitations, essays and interviews.
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  • College Admissions Plus - Newsletter concerning admissions and related educational issues.
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  • College Answer - Provides same services used by commercial scholarship search companies free to the public.
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  • College Planning for Students on the Autism Spectrum - Scholarly article based on a professional presentation. Strategies to (1) prepare for college, (2) gain admission, and (3) survive while in college.
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  • College Planning Simplified - Guide to the selection and admission process, includes information on financial aid and scholarships.
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  • College Summit - A national US non-profit organization that helps high schools raise their college enrollment rates by building a college-going culture.
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  • College Vision - Offers college admissions coaching and assistance in preparation for high school students.
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  • CollegeBound Network - A resource offering high school students an inside look at the college admissions process and college life. Financial aid facts and virtual college tours.
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  • CollegeNET - Guide to colleges, universities, and graduate programs. Provides information on college admissions, links to academic resources, and online applications.
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  • Colleges That Admit Homeschoolers FAQ - A guide to colleges that admit homeschooled applicants and other college information for their families.
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  • Common Application - An online undergraduate college application accepted by over 400 independent colleges.
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  • DiplomaGuide - A guide to college admissions. Also discusses high school diplomas and the GED.
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  • Early-Decision Programs - Site provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name dealing with early-decision programs.
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  • eGuidanceCounselor - Free information and links related to the college selection, application and admission process.
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  • Embark - Provides insight, tools and tips for student's educational goals. Information about student aid and research schools, submitting applications and college admissions advice.
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  • FastWeb - The scholarship search service now has a college directory and links to online college applications.
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  • Free College Applications - List of U.S. colleges that do not charge application fees if you apply under certain circumstances.
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  • Get Recruited by Colleges and Universities - Free scholarship searches, how to be recruited by colleges, financial aid information, college admission tips, and a college admissions and free scholarships newsletter.
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  • Higher Education Funding Council for England - HEFCE - Promotes and funds teaching and research in higher education institutions. Includes general information and sections on finance, good practice, and research.
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  • Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) - This site addresses specific issues of Hispanic students pursuing a college degree.
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  • How College Admission Works - Guide to college admissions, with information from the Duke University admissions director. Includes a full page of related links.
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  • iApply - Provides information and services about preparing, applying and paying for college.
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  • JustColleges - Features colleges in the USA, India, UK, Australia, and Canada. Also included are articles, essays, test preparation tips, and FAQs on colleges, graduate and business schools.
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  • Laissez-Faire College Rankings - An interesting antidote to the annual rankings by U.S. News and World Report and the others. Written by a poster from the newsgroup soc.college.admissions.
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  • Mapping Your Future - Information about college and career planning.
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  • My College Calendar - An admissions guide for potential students featuring an interactive college calendar.
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  • My College Guide - Source to ask admission questions, search for colleges, and download common admission forms.
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  • MyChances.net - Free program allowing peers to comment on your admissions application and essay. Includes admissions statistics and a forum.
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  • MyRoad - Resource for education and career planning. Explore personality types, majors, colleges, and careers.
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  • The Sam Jackson College Experience - A personal student weblog about the college admissions process and college life.
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  • Statementofpurpose.com - Offers tips on writing a statement of purpose and provides sample essays.
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  • Transition to College - An assessment designed to help students make decisions during the admissions process, including college and major selection. A fee-based service.
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  • Veritas Prep Law School Admissions Services - Expert assistance with law school applications ranging from individual services to comprehensive packages.
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  • XAP.com - College admission applications, financial aid and scholarship search and planning.
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  • NYTimes.com - At Last, College Answers, and a Few New Questions - The New York Times follows Jed, Reuben and Gerta through the college admission process from spring of junior year until spring of senior year. Part three of a series. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view] (May 07, 2002)
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  • NYTimes.com - Preparing Applications, Fine-Tuning Applicants - Second of a three-part series where The New York Times follows Jed, Reuben and Gerta through the college admission process from spring of junior year until spring of senior year. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view] (May 06, 2002)
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  • NYTimes.com - Different Lives, One Goal: Finding the Key to College - The New York Times follows Jed, Reuben and Gerta through the college admission process from spring of junior year until spring of senior year. Part one of a series. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view] (May 05, 2002)
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