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There is no way around one simple fact college-bound students must be enrolled in college-preparatory classes. Make sure your students are on the right academic track with these quick tips.

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Although college research is traditionally reserved for high school students, it is never too early to begin exploring college opportunities. For suggestions on how to advise middle school families, take a look at the following tips...

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Attention advisors of future college graduates: Many believe that high school graduation requirements are identical to college entrance requirements. The truth is...that is not always the case. Don't be fooled. Preview this chart outlining requirement differences.

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Algebra is either a college gate-opener OR college gatekeeper course for many students; therefore, to help you assess your students' algebra readiness, consider using the free services of the Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP). Find out if your school participates in the MDTP now.

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You may be saying to yourself, "Preparation for college entrance exams in middle school? Isn't that a bit early?" Actually, it isn't too early. The sooner students are prepared for standardized tests, the better. Get the details now.

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As the saying goes, "seeing is believing," and this statement rings true for college-bound students as well. Research shows that one of the most effective ways to motivate students about college opportunities is to take them on a college tour. To help you design the perfect college tour check out this planning guide.

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The California State University system, the largest public university system in the world, offers many academic preparation programs to the local middle schools and high schools in their respective service areas. Take a look at one such program, the California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP).

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Technological advances impact our lives every day. Routine activities that we once managed by hand can now be completed with greater speed and efficiency with the aid of a computer. Using the Internet to conduct college research and complete online admissions applications is quickly gaining in popularity. Stay ahead of the curve and learn more about the options available for completing college applications in the new millennium.

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