Cash Poor or College? by Diane M. Warmsley audiobook

Cash Poor or College?: The Essential Guide to College Admissions for Teens (ages 13 to 18) & Their Parents

By Diane M. Warmsley
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Cash Poor or College?: The Essential Guide to College Admissions for Teens (ages 13 to 18) & Their Parents is a blueprint for mapping a pathway to college. It offers teens a strategic approach to accessing higher education by utilizing the entire high school experience to maximum benefit. Each year is given singular focus so that the relevant information and assignments the student needs to know are discussed. The guide helps teens to lay a solid foundation in the first two years of high school, so that they are well prepared and informed for the later stages of college search. And to help teens with organizing their activities and monitoring their progress, a host of resources are provided. Lastly, a chapter is devoted to parents, with thirteen tips for how to support teens during the high school years.

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Cash Poor or College?: The Essential Guide to College Admissions for Teens (ages 13 to 18) & Their Parents is a blueprint for mapping a pathway to college. It offers teens a strategic approach to accessing higher education by utilizing the entire high school experience to maximum benefit. Each year is given singular focus so that the relevant information and assignments the student needs to know are discussed. The guide helps teens to lay a solid foundation in the first two years of high school, so that they are well prepared and informed for the later stages of college search. And to help teens with organizing their activities and monitoring their progress, a host of resources are provided. Lastly, a chapter is devoted to parents, with thirteen tips for how to support teens during the high school years.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Diane Warmsley’s Cash Poor or College? provides parents with an easy-to-use guide to success in getting their teens on the fast track to the college of their dreams. It’s a realistic, straightforward blueprint for adolescents to identify their college road map, create their implementation plan, and reach success in one of the most competitive environments in today’s world.” Justin Sachs, author of The Power of Persistence and Your Mailbox Is Full
“This book is ideal for parents who wish to boost their information stores about the college preparation and admissions process. Parents can familiarize themselves with information presented in the teen section of the book and take advantage of exclusive, focused discussions in the chapter ‘The Parents Corner.’” Elizabeth Olagunju, author of Raising High Achieving Kids
“Diane Warmsley offers important insights gained over many years as an educator, administrator, and parent about college preparation and admissions process. Parents and teenagers will derive much understanding, knowledge, and benefits from this timely guide which she has prepared.” Ida Subaran, author of Wealth: Prepare Your Children to Make Fortunes, How Parents Can Help Promote Financial Success in Their Children

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Author Bio: Diane M. Warmsley

Author Bio: Diane M. Warmsley

Diane M. Warmsley, a former director of admissions, brings thirty-five years of experience to the discussion on college admissions. She holds a master’s degree in administration and supervision in higher education from Baruch College. She has two college-educated children, with one currently pursuing doctoral studies. She lives in Queens, New York, with her husband, a retired high school principal, and enjoys monitoring the higher education landscape, teaching genealogy, and keeping up with five grandchildren.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction
Runtime: 3.12
Audience: Adult
Language: English