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Author(s):College Board
Title:Action plan: Your junior
Source:http://www.collegeboard.com/parents/plan/gettin...
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Organization:College Board
Short Description:This webpage suggests a month-by-month timeline for juniors considering college.
Annotation:This webpage suggests a month-by-month timeline for high school juniors to prepare them for the admissions process. Each month includes different tasks juniors should accomplish to remain organized and avoid last-minute difficulties with the admissions process.
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College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
High School
Preparation/College Readiness
Transition to College
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