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On Memorial Day: Learn How to Cut Your College Costs

Are you worried about how you’re going to possibly pay for four years of college? If so, I’d urge you to attend my free online presentation – Five Winning Strategies to Finding Great Schools and Cutting Their Costs. Register Now for the Presentation! To participate in my free one-hour webinar register below: Memorial Day, May […]

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Digging Deeper When Researching Colleges

I’m about to launch The College Cost Lab, an online course which I’ve  designed to help anyone stressing about the price of college. Sign up now and you’ll get access to the class beginning on Memorial Day weekend! Lynn O’Shaughnessy When researching colleges, many families gravitate to what they call “great schools” without having any […]

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How To Measure College Grad Salaries

When searching for schools, parents are increasingly asking admission reps this question: Will my child earn a good salary after graduating from your college? College and university admission staffs will enthusiastically answer yes (!!!) to that question, but proof is almost always flimsy at best. Schools typically brag about high job placement statistics for their graduates because they […]

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Is a Trophy School Worth the Price?

I’ll be launching my latest online course – The College Cost Lab – in June. If you’d like to be among the first to know when I have more details,  just email me at Lynn@TheCollegeSolution.com. Lynn O’Shaughnessy In my last post, I wrote about smart teenagers who worked hard to get into elite schools only […]

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Stunned at College Rejections

I’ve been getting emails from parents, who are bitter that their bright teenagers have been getting rejection letters from elite colleges and universities. What follows are two email excerpts. From a dad named Jeff: My son is his high school’s valedictorian. He scored 35 on the ACT and had straight A’s all four years at […]

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3 Great College Search Tools

The No. 1 way to cut the cost of college is to become an educated consumer. You can learn how by attending my popular online course, The College Cost Lab. I’ll be relaunching the course in June 2016 and if you’d like to be notified when I have more details, please click here! Most families […]

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What Teens Think of the New SAT

For the past two years, teenagers and their parents across the country have been dreading the new SAT test. The College Board announced back in 2014 that it would be dramatically revamping the SAT to align the new test with the Common Core. The wait for this test ended on March 5 (Saturday) when the […]

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