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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 … Continue reading

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SIBLINGS: IS ONE SCHOOL BIG ENOUGH?

Families with more than one child always want to provide for each in equal measure. We can’t permit one of our kids to attend an expensive summer camp, if we can’t afford to send the others when their time comes. … Continue reading

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Princeton University

Did you know that Princeton University has a generous financial aid budget and meets full demonstrated need of its students?  There is no loan component for students who qualify for aid.  Check out our Facebook Page for more facts like this … Continue reading

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Considerations in Financing a College Education

High school seniors have now confirmed plans to attend their chosen colleges, have accepted financial aid packages, and are waiting with excitement to get information about housing, courses, orientation and other first time college plans.  It is a heady time … Continue reading

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