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What Can Help My Children Get Into College?

It's good if you're good for all costs of their education

Q. My children are average high school students and are engaged in few extracurricular activities. What can help them get into college?

A. Your kids might want to think community college first — it's generally easier to get in. Concerning four-year schools, increasing numbers are accepting lower-performing full-pay students over higher achievers who need aid, a recent survey found. If you're good for all costs of their education, your kids might have an advantage.

Also of interest: Is it worth it to get an online degree? >>

Sid Kirchheimer writes about consumer and health issues.

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