The stress of the college admissions season weighs heavy on your college-bound teen. Take a look at a few of their repressed feelings. Can you recognize any of these in your teen’s emotions?
Paul Hemphill, a college admissions counselor and parent expert, shared his tips last night about facing your fear of college prep. Parents and students fear so many aspects of the college prep process: the college choice, the essay, the financial aspect, the standardized tests and the uncertainty of it all. Paul exposed our fears and helped us see that fear is only fear until you expose the truth and face it head on. As with any frightening task, the right information and help will turn that fear into confidence and success. Below is are the takeaway tweets from last night’s chat. What’s your favorite? Share it in the comments or RT! Join us every Wednesday at 9PM, Eastern for #CampusChat [View the story “#Campuschat 10/29/14: Scary side of college prep with Guest: Paul Hemphill, College Admissions Counselor” on...
Stress. It’s a killer. Parents and teens deal with stress on a daily basis; and when the college prep season arrives, the stress intensifies. Do you know what to expect and how to deal with it?
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