Do your senior year grades matter?

August 27, 2012
Your senior year grades matter. A student of mine, whom we'll call James (name changed to protect the guilty) applied to the University of Arizona and was admitted based on his junior year transcripts. The abbreviated story is that he got senioritis really bad. His GPA dropped and UA removed all his scholarships. Worst case […]

Your senior year grades matter. A student of mine, whom we’ll call James (name changed to protect the guilty) applied to the University of Arizona and was admitted based on his junior year transcripts. The abbreviated story is that he got senioritis really bad. His GPA dropped and UA removed all his scholarships. Worst case […]

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CEEB code for Home School

August 22, 2012
The CEEB Code for college applications for Home School Students is 970000.

The CEEB Code for college applications for Home School Students is 970000.

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2012, 2013 Common Application Preview

June 18, 2012
The 2012/13 Common App Preview is currently available. There are a couple minor changes. The changes are negligible and noted via highlight. Here is the link. https://www.commonapp.org/CommonApp/Docs/DownloadForms/2012/2012-13FY-FinalHighlightedPreview.pdf The live version will most likely be ready August 1st. The Common Application (informally known as the Common App) is an undergraduate college admission application that applicants may use to apply to any of […]

The 2012/13 Common App Preview is currently available. There are a couple minor changes. The changes are negligible and noted via highlight. Here is the link. https://www.commonapp.org/CommonApp/Docs/DownloadForms/2012/2012-13FY-FinalHighlightedPreview.pdf The live version will most likely be ready August 1st. The Common Application (informally known as the Common App) is an undergraduate college admission application that applicants may use to apply to any of […]

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Student Loan Interest Rate to Double

June 8, 2012
Hidden inside the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare are outlines on how to pay for this program through the acquisition of student loan interest payments and student loan fees. Currently the total student loan balance has superseded $1 Trillion dollars. And interest rates for student loans are about […]

Hidden inside the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare are outlines on how to pay for this program through the acquisition of student loan interest payments and student loan fees. Currently the total student loan balance has superseded $1 Trillion dollars. And interest rates for student loans are about […]

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Colleges with some seats still open as of May 2012

May 16, 2012
If you didn’t get in or you are a late start. There is still hope and some options. Here is a list of 436 Colleges that still have limited space. These colleges are looking to still fill their rosters. Just release May, 2012. Need help contact me! Institution Name State Contact Person Phone Number Agnes […]

If you didn’t get in or you are a late start. There is still hope and some options. Here is a list of 436 Colleges that still have limited space. These colleges are looking to still fill their rosters. Just release May, 2012. Need help contact me! Institution Name State Contact Person Phone Number Agnes […]

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what you don’t know will cost in scholarships

April 25, 2012
You would agree that people who are informed with correct information can take more advantage of the situation. College is a game and if you know the rules it is easier to compete and win (scholarships). Imagine for a moment that you are in a football game playing. And the organizer of this game is playing with […]

You would agree that people who are informed with correct information can take more advantage of the situation. College is a game and if you know the rules it is easier to compete and win (scholarships). Imagine for a moment that you are in a football game playing. And the organizer of this game is playing with […]

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Tax breaks for college students & parents

April 2, 2012
You can take a tax deduction for college tuition and other mandatory school fees. This is called the Tuition and Fees Deduction, and is reported directly on Form 1040 or Form 1040A. This tuition deduction is temporary: 2011 is scheduled to be the last year that taxpayers can take this deduction. If you paid college […]

You can take a tax deduction for college tuition and other mandatory school fees. This is called the Tuition and Fees Deduction, and is reported directly on Form 1040 or Form 1040A. This tuition deduction is temporary: 2011 is scheduled to be the last year that taxpayers can take this deduction. If you paid college […]

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2+2+2 Strategy Complete High School and College in 6 Years

March 20, 2012
The 2+2+2 Strategy to Complete High School and College in 6 Years by Dr. Kuni Beasley We have pioneered the process of helping students complete high school and college in six years. Our 2+2+2 strategy moves the ambitious student through two years of high school to develop the foundation of skills and abilities to tackle […]

The 2+2+2 Strategy to Complete High School and College in 6 Years by Dr. Kuni Beasley We have pioneered the process of helping students complete high school and college in six years. Our 2+2+2 strategy moves the ambitious student through two years of high school to develop the foundation of skills and abilities to tackle […]

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More Scholarships For “C” Students

March 2, 2012
More Scholarships For "C" Students - I Found Another College Scholarship by Dr. Kuni Beasley In a previous article I wrote about scholarships for "C" students. Lo and behold, I found another similar scholarship for students with slightly above average ACT and SAT scores. Will the wonders ever cease? There is hope for the average […]

More Scholarships For “C” Students – I Found Another College Scholarship by Dr. Kuni Beasley In a previous article I wrote about scholarships for “C” students. Lo and behold, I found another similar scholarship for students with slightly above average ACT and SAT scores. Will the wonders ever cease? There is hope for the average […]

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Scholarships For “C” Students

March 1, 2012
Scholarships For "C" Students - Believe it Or Not, It's True! by Dr. Kuni Beasley In my three decades of advising students about scholarships and warning them about scholarship scams, one of my slogans was "There aren't a bunch of people sitting around wanting to write checks for "C" students." My latest research proves that […]

Scholarships For “C” Students – Believe it Or Not, It’s True! by Dr. Kuni Beasley In my three decades of advising students about scholarships and warning them about scholarship scams, one of my slogans was “There aren’t a bunch of people sitting around wanting to write checks for “C” students.” My latest research proves that […]

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