Simplifying the Complex

“College admission will get more complex before it simplifies, so focusing on the well-being of your child instead of the intricacies of the process is your best bet for success and for your child's relationship with you and the world at large," writes Forbes columnist Willard Dix. Being “strategic” can carry both positive and negative connotations, especially when thinking about the college search and application process. In his article, Pros and Cons of Strategizing for College”, Willard Dix captures solid insights on what to consider and how to strike the right balance for a successful process.

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