People who can write a check for $50,000 or $75,000 to pay for college make up a pretty small group, and not many colleges can or will offer that much aid, even to those who qualify for it. If you’re not sure where the money to pay for your or your child’s education is coming from, check out our advice on how to look for and maximize merit scholarship opportunities on the latest episode of our podcast, Getting In: A College Coach Conversation. As early deadlines—Early Decision, Early Action, Priority, and rolling—approach, we also offer some tips on how to approach these deadlines and what to expect from the early process. Finally, we welcome a guest with insight into using mindfulness as part of your test prep process. To listen, say, “Alexa, play Getting In: A College Coach Conversation.”
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