Listed below are some resources that will be helpful during your college admissions process:
National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)
NACAC provides guidance to all college admission professionals and guidance counselors in preparing students for higher education. They also offer invaluable information about each college and universities and host various college fairs in your area.
The College Board
The College Board provides information on the AP exams, PSAT & SAT. They also offer students the ability to map out their college search online.
eCampus Tours offers virtual tours of over 1,200 colleges and has valuable college planning information.
ACT provides information about the ACT test that many colleges are now accepting in lieu of the SAT. They also provide students with information about colleges and universities.
Revolution Prep is the best college test preparation company and is committed to helping each student get into college. They provide excellent service at a fraction of the cost of other companies.
The Common Application
The common application is accepted by many colleges and universities throughout the country. Check the website to see which institutions accept the common application and also to download the common application.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
If you are thinking of applying for financial aid, you will have to fill out the FAFSA. Visit this site to find out about federal aid programs, state and school programs, eligibility, deadlines, and more.
Fast Web is a free resource guide that will assist you in finding available
scholarships that match your academic and extracurricular profile.
Kumon assists children, from pre-school to college, to master reading and math through proven Japanese techniques.
Scholar Share is California's 529 tax-free college savings plan that allows parents, grandparents and others to save for a child's college education.