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Four Steps Brochures

December 30, 1899

 

Today’s students speak many different languages. To learn about the Four Steps to College, KnowHow2GO offers these pocket guides for students. 
 

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  The Four Steps to College
 
1. Be a pain. Let everyone know that you're going to college and need their help.
 
2. Push yourself. Working a little harder today will make getting into college even easier.
 
3. Find the right fit. Find out what kind of school is the best match for you and your career goals.
 
4. Put your hands on some cash. If you think you can't afford college, think again. There's lots of aid out there.

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