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Keeping Your College Options Open

Keeping Your College Options Open
Lee,My son who is a junior this year has not expressed interest in going on to college, therefore, I haven't pursued the things necessary to do that, such as psat tests…Now my husband and I realize we should have followed the same path as if he did want to go, "just in case" he changes his mind.  It is now too late for me to sign up for this October's psat, do you have any advice? ...
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Guest — Lori Barrett
Just a note about ROTC - you have to apply for ROTC scholarships - you don't get free college just by being in the program. I was... Read More
Saturday, 13 August 2011 08:34
Guest — J W
Princeton Review's materials ROCK. I did way better on the SAT than I had on the PSAT because of their books.
Friday, 10 October 2008 19:50
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Need some serious help affording college?

Need some serious help affording college?
I don't know if this will apply to your situation at ALL, but Baylor University has an ROTC Scholarship for Christian College, and they love homeschoolers.  When you join ROTC, you can study aviation, medicine, science, engineering, law, space, business, etc.  They offer huge scholarships, including a full scholarship, but others as well.  Students also get $900 per year for books, and a $300-500 per MONTH stipend - which means you can spend it any way...
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Guest — rotc
[...] study... Need more help homeschooling high school? Check out http://www.TheHomeScholar.com to learn more. http://www.TheHome... Read More
Thursday, 11 September 2008 19:09
Guest — becky
I have heard that Berea College in Kentucky is free.
Thursday, 11 September 2008 17:17
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