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    act helps parents prepare for college too

    Posted : May 11, 2010
    Last Updated : May 11, 2010

    act helps parents prepare for college too

    College planning can be difficult not only for the student, but for parents too. For parents who need tips on sorting through the ins and outs of college planning, check out act.org/path/parent as an online guide to understanding this process. The website offers college and career planning checklists, frequently asked questions about the ACT, and other general information that parents may find helpful in assisting a student transitioning into college.

    In addition to the various college and career planning resources, actparent.org also provides access to current and past issues of the monthly ACT Parent newsletter. ACT Parent provides timely information on financial aid, testing and more. While visiting the website, parents can sign up to be one of the first to receive the electronic newsletter in their e-mail inbox each month.

    Parents are among the most influential people in a teenager's life. At act.org/path/parent, gain the knowledge needed to become a mentor for your teen through this time of discovery and decisions.

    ACT also offers a newsletter for Spanish-speaking parents. It's called Padres ACTivos, and you'll find it at act.org/path/spanish/news.

    Source: ACT's News You Can Use


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