For a majority of high school students and their parents, procrastination is detrimental to planning for college.
Students who delay this grueling process miss critical deadlines which will reduce their opportunities in gaining admissions, financial aid, additional scholarships and various other benefits that can drastically decrease the amount of loans you would owe or other rewards your family deserves.
Students have got to get organized with the process by starting early; they can not only avoid missing deadlines, but diminish being over-whelmed once their senior year of high school approaches.
Ideally, college planning should begin during the freshman and sophomore years of high school, but certainly no later than the end of your Sophomore year. This earlier start makes it easier for students and their families to take a comprehensive look at a broad range of schools. By the start of your senior year, you should have narrowed down at least 15 schools.
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