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PUNCH NEWSLETTER November 2012

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PUNCH Newsletter November 2012
PUNCH Newsletter November 2012 College Confidential   CollegeView    
   
Talkin' Smack-a-demic
This month, find tips for making the most of your Christmas Break and the pros and cons of rooming with a friend at college. Plus, dive into the conversation as College Confidential users discuss how to budget for more than four years of college. Oh, and we've also got you covered on testing registration, essay-writing tips, and international student fairs. Obviously.
 
This is Happening: Your College To-Do List
Seniors
Picking a Roommate: Friend or Stranger?
Choose Your Career First -Not Your College
CC Chat: Did You Vote for the First Time?
Juniors
The Magic Number: How Many Colleges to Apply To
Got the Lowdown, No Car Blues? You're Not Alone
CC Chat: Should I Start Thinking about Law School?
 
Potent Punchables
Expert Tips: Plan for a Productive Holiday Break
Welcome to Penn State... Now Meet Your Seven Roommates
Female Grads Earn $8K Less than Men


Int'l Students: Get the Jump on 2013 Virtual Fairs
Asia Feb 23
Middle East & Africa Mar 23
Latin America Apr 27
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No Slacking: Important Testing Dates & Deadlines


SAT Test Dates Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline Details
JAN
26
Dec 28 Jan 11 Register Here
MAR
9
Feb 8 Feb 22 Register Here

DISCUSS SAT ESSENTIALS ON COLLEGE CONFIDENTIAL



ACT Test Dates Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline Details
FEB
9
Jan 11 Jan 12-18 Register Here
APR
13
Mar 8 Mar 9-22 Register Here

DISCUSS ACT ESSENTIALS ON COLLEGE CONFIDENTIAL

 
Tips for Parents
Money Matters
Should Parents Budget for More than Four Years?
How Much Does "Need Aware" Really Affect Admissions?
College Cash for Christmas
  Fall Into Sports
Administrator's Corner
Recognizing Cultural Diversity in the Classroom
CC Chat: Students' Strange Reasons for Leaving Class
Will Online Courses Replace College?
  Dollars & Sense
Essay Essentials
Stand Out with a Video Essay
Should I Explain High School Suspension in College Essay?
Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years and Other Dreaded Questions
 
Ask the Dean
Does Financial Aid Cover Campus Housing?
I was wondering (and praying) if financial aid would cover campus housing. My mother and I have been unemployed for over five years and living under my grandmother's roof, so we make $0 monthly. It is very difficult to find a job where I am in NC, and the school I want to attend is out of state.
Find out what the dean said…
 
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Admit This
College Admissions Interview Dos and Don'ts
While most colleges no longer require interviews, many "strongly recommend" them. Certainly, having an interview is a good way to show admission committees that you are indeed interested. Reading (and following) the advice below can help improve the odds of making an interview work for you.
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