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December 2018 Topics Covered:
- Majors, Minors and Concentrations - Your guide to understanding the meaning of these terms, how they differ, and how to make your choices work for you.
- Majoring in Criminology - Criminology is the study of the attributes of crime, how and why it happens, why people commit them, the behavior of these people, and the nature of the criminal-justice system. If you're fascinated by shows like NCIS and Criminal Minds, this may be the major for you.
- Searching for Scholarships - You don’t have to pay anyone to search for a scholarship for you, but it does require legwork and dedication on your part. Start here.
- Understanding and Using your PSAT Report - Although your scores on these tests are not reported to colleges, the results can help you better understand your academic strengths and weaknesses and suggest the skills you should focus on in preparing for college entrance exams such as the SAT and ACT.
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- Facts & Myths about Liberal Arts Education - Ask twenty people what they think about the term “liberal arts education” and you’ll likely get twenty different responses. Get the facts here.
- Majoring in Nutritional Sciences - The food industry is the fourth largest industry in the world. Nutritional science is a great major for people interested in a health-related career, for those who want to work in the fitness industry, for individuals who love to cook and create recipes, and for budding entrepreneurs.
- Appealing your Financial Aid Award - Are you short in funds needed to enroll at your first choice college? Consider appealing your financial aid award.
- Handling Rejection - Advice for Parents - College rejection happens to most students, but it doesn’t need to define the rest of their life. Here are some tips to help your teen deal with denial.
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