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KNOW YOUR SCORE!

KNOW YOUR SCORE!

Unless your student is among the most talented to get a scholarship large enough to cover COA (cost of attendance – i.e. not just tuition), funding is primarily dependent on your EFC (Expected Family Contribution), whether the school is private or public, and your student’s AQ (Admissions Quotient).

Your student’s AQ is determined using GPA, SAT and ACT, and class rank. Your son’s or daughter’s EFC is calculated using your family’s income and assets (among other things).

So, whether you care or not, you have a score! Don’t leave money on the table if you can economize your EFC and improve your AQ.

Therefore, Know Your Score before searching for universities. Don’t waste time pursuing mismatched schools. Just because you get college brochures in the mail does not mean your child is getting admitted, much less getting free money!

Knowing your score is the closest thing to “the crystal ball”.

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Going to College in America

WHAT THE NUMBERS SAY

4,599

Colleges and universities in America

 

21 Million

College Students in America

 

5.7%

OF the U.S. Population is Enrolled in College

$22,000

Average cost per year for state residents at public universities

$36,000

AVERAGE COST FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS ATTENDING PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

$40,000

Average cost per year of attending a private christian university

$58,000

Average cost per year of attending an elite/profile university

40 Million

Americans with Student Loan Debt

$29,000

Average Student Loan Balance

7 Million

Defaulted Student Loans

22x

more Academic scholarships than athletic

2%

of High School Athletes receive Athletic Scholarships

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