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The College Board website includes information about the SAT, PSAT, AP, and college search and planning. By accessing the SAT question of the day, a student can practice SAT/PSAT questions every day.
Register for the ACT and access test preparation questions to improve your score.
ACT and SAT test preparation materials are available on this site. Furthermore, a student can research colleges and their rankings in various areas.
This website allows you to search for colleges and then compare them with others on your list.
You can search by state if you scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on desired state.
Requires an email address and password to sign in for scholarship info. Click on Scholarships & Aid. Begin your search.
Click on For Students. On dropdown box Pay for College, highlight Scholarship Search.
Click on Students. This requires and email address and password. Click on Search for Scholorships.
Click on Students and Parents. Click on I can pay under High School Parents and Students. Click on Find Scholarships.
This requires a profile, but you can have scholarships directed to your email address that fit your profile.
Click on Scholarships and Grants, and then begin your search.
Click on Pay for College, then click on Find Financial Aid, and search in Iowa..
This site includes information regarding the FAFSA and other pertinent college financial aid opportunities.
This will just get you started. Try some Google searches with your personal interests, etc. Also, look at our guidance office for scholarship ideas. Also, you might try other local high schools guidance website to see what they are posting.
Budgeting for college is an incredibly daunting task for many individuals. This website provides budgeting worksheets, tips, calculators, and links to financial aid resources to make the financial aspect of the planning process easier.
**Do not forget to check out the scholarships available at your specific college or university, as sometimes these are the best options for you.