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Author(s):Princeton Review and Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Title:The Princeton Review and Hispanic Scholarship Fund college admissions roadmap
Source:http://www.princetonreview.com/hsf/
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Organization:Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Short Description:From this website studnets will find links to helpful resources on both PrincetonReview.com and HSF.net that will make this road to college much easier to navigate.
Annotation:From this website studnets will find links to helpful resources on both PrincetonReview.com and HSF.net that will make this road to college much easier to navigate. Information is available for students at each high school level.
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College and Career Planning (for Students)
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Latino/Hispanic
Preparation/College Readiness
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