It’s exhausting searching and scouring the internet for the right information when it comes to helping your student prepare for college. But what if you could use ONLY ONE RESOURCE and find everything you ever wanted to know about college prep? Wouldn’t that be amazing?
Here it is. I’ve done the research, examined the links and their resources, and compiled a list of 100+ college prep resources for you. (If you know of others, please leave them in the comments and I will add them to the list!)
Test prep can be overwhelming for your student. It’s a stressful process, but there are available resources to help you and your student plan for upcoming tests. Some are free, some are paid. You can find the best fit for you and your student among this list:
As you may guess, there are numerous consultants out there willing to take your money and help you get your student into college. If you are so inclined to pay someone, it’s hard to know where to start and how to find ones that are reputable. For this list of names, I’ve turned to several lists compiled with rankings and reviews:
Planning for college requires time to research and explore. Knowing where to look and what tools to use is half the battle.
We all have questions about financial aid. It’s a complicated subject but one that every family needs to be aware of and how to navigate the process. These websites will help.
Who doesn’t like free money? But you need to know where to find it and how to get it. You will find all that information on these sites.
If your student has the grades and the resume, there is money available in the form of merit aid. Here’s where to find it.
Do you have a student athlete? You will need help navigating the complicated process of college recruiting.
Your student will dread this part of the college application process and most likely need some help and encouragement. Here’s the best help available, especially #1.
College visits are a crucial part of the college planning process. You don’t want to neglect those visits, but if you can’t do them in person, some of these sites should help.
Every student applying to college needs some volunteering on their high school resume. The best opportunities are the ones that match your student’s interests.
Part of the college planning process is knowing what you want to study or what career you want to pursue.
Make the most of your drive time, waiting in line time, or waiting for your student time and listen to these podcasts for some valuable insight and college prep resources.
You can have just about any question answered about college planning and paying for college in these groups. You will also find some great parenting tips as well.
These blogs provide parenting advice, college planning advice, and other questions you might have related to the college prep process.
If you’re a reader, add these books to your list of must-reads before and during college.
If you’re looking for parenting advice related to college prep or other questions you might have along the journey, follow these websites.
If you have a student interested in study abroad, either during college, during a gap year, or during high school, here are some great resources.
Bookmark this page and use it as a resource during the college prep and college years. If you have any other suggestions (or are the owner of a resource not listed), please add a comment and I will be sure to add them. HAPPY COLLEGE PREP!
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