The Shocking Truth About 529 College Savings Plans

The 529 plan world consistently promotes the benefits of a 529 college savings plan. There are some very appealing benefits, but you should clearly...

Provisional Acceptance Letters

Some schools are starting a practice where they issue a provisional acceptance for admittance to their school. It is provisioned upon a couple of...

The Benefits of Adults Returning to School

Since the option first became available, adults returning to school have become a small but steady presence in educational institutes. Even if...

College Prep Options

Are you looking for grants and scholarships to put you to college? This site provides you with tips and advice to help you financially prepare for your undergraduate program. We also provide information on working while in college, loans and mortgages, real estate investing, and more to help get your finances in order when you graduate. Read more on our Grants, Scholarships and Interviews tab.

Are you worried that you cannot bag a scholarship on athletic or academic merit? Consider getting a college grant to help you with your financial need. Whether from federal and state governments, colleges or private organizations, there are funds out there. Explore our resources on researching, applying for and getting funding for your undergraduate program.

Do you want to leverage your academic or athletic ability to get funding for your undergraduate program? Then check out our tips and advice on how to bag a scholarship, from searching for gift aids – whether from the government, colleges and private organizations – filling up forms, acing admission exams and interviews, to spotting scams and more.

So you have shortlisted your preferred college grants and scholarships and submitted your application forms. It’s now time for you to prepare for the interviews. Check out our tips and resources on how to ace an interview to get the financial aid you need for your undergraduate program.

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today

-H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

The Struggles of ADHD

The Struggles of ADHD

This particular blog post is near and dear to my heart which is why I’ll probably do some similar posts later on about preparing your ADHD student for college or coping mechanisms vs. ADHD medication. My husband has textbook ADHD, characterized by symptoms like a lack...

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General Education

General Education

by Autumn Dickson General Education. I don’t think I know a single student from my list of college friends who liked the idea of their general education requirements. I know plenty of people who may have enjoyed a class here or there. But as a broad rule, most...

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A New Perspective on ADHD

A New Perspective on ADHD

Last week, we discussed some of the obstacles faced by students with ADHD or ADD. And while these are very important realizations to establish, it needs to be taken a step further to discuss ADHD in its entirety. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is often...

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