High school is preparation for your future, and the idea that a shortcoming or wrong decision in these years could make a university not accept you, or that you could pick the wrong college, is rather daunting. A Family First Aid survey found that 70 percent of teens admitted to being stressed out over grades and college admission.
The Internet is a good place to begin the overwhelming job of finding the right college for you. Here are four websites I've found particularly helpful to dispel the fog surrounding the process of our individual journeys:
Dictionary.com: The Flashcards section provides online interactive flashcards for the PSAT, SAT, and ACT tests, along with many others.
Collegeboard.com: This site is useful because you can look up the colleges you're considering and see if the courses you're taking in high school match their requirements.
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