What are my chances of getting into and receiving merit aid from the college of my choice?

Wondering what your chances are of getting into and receiving merit aid from the college of your choice?   The Competitive Student Quotient (CSQ), is instrumental in providing this information.  We offer each student who works with an Informed Educational Solutions consultant a personalized CSQ.  You can easily visualize where you specifically stand in comparison to the most recently enrolled freshman class at your college of interest.

Below is a video of the Competitive Student Quotient- CSQ.  The video is in three connected segments:

1.  Introduction to the CSQ

2.  How to access the CSQ through the Student Portal (The Student Portal overview video tutorial will be published tomorrow)

3.  Interpreting the CSQ

Sandy Aprahamian, Assistant Director, Informed Educational Solutions

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2 Responses to What are my chances of getting into and receiving merit aid from the college of my choice?

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