Updated: Thursday, 12 Nov 2009, 12:04 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 11 Nov 2009, 11:37 PM EST
MYFOXNY.COM - Added to continuously rising tuition, the competition for acceptance to choice colleges is fierce. It is more critical than ever for students to investigate the right colleges to find the ones that best suit their interests, abilities, and financial constraints.
Eric Greenberg of the Greenberg Educational Group offers some advice to help students and their families find the schools that are best-suited to their needs:
Examine yourself as a prospective college student.
Find the best fit for yourself; this is the most important factor in choosing a college.
Research college Web sites; you can learn about curriculum areas of specialty, activities and even attend upcoming events taking place at that school.
Financial Aid; an assortment of scholarship packages is offered by most colleges to the majority of students who show the financial need.
What to do when you visit colleges:
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