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Interactive, probing sessions let students showcase their skills.
Visit many different college campuses early in the process before there's pressure to 'buy.'
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Get ahead on testing and be organized in your communication with colleges, experts say.
More undergraduates enrolled at these universities than any other in the nation.
More than 450 Woodrow Wilson teaching fellows will work in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana.
Young people should learn the basics about saving money.
The best outcomes in college planning occur when the student, not the parent, takes control.