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Web sites This is where to go for any questions about the SAT test. This is the site for ACT testing information. This site provides information on how to register with the National Collegiate Athletic Association if you are interested in playing sports in college. It's important to follow the guidelines provided here to get your name in the system. Click on the "Financial Aid" tab to get helpful info on financial aid for nursing programs. Thanks to Chris in Arizona for this tip! From the Heath Resource Center of George Washington University, this site is a national clearinghouse for information on higher education opportunities for people with disabilities. The site also can be read in Spanish. From the University of Delaware, this is a tool to link academic majors to career alternatives. Some of the information is related to the University of Delaware's resources, but most of the descriptive information and links to further resources are excellent. This provides a starting point for learning about yourself with simple online self-assessment tools. Richard Bolles is one of the most widely read and respected career advisors and the author of the many volumes of "What Color Is Your Parachute?" His web site provides lots of solid career-related information and valuable links to assessments and to other authors. This is the U.S. Department of Education's site for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online. This is a commercially-sponsored site with information about various aspects of student financial aid. This is a free scholarship search site. This nonprofit organization provides facts, statistics, useful information and links to sites that may be of interest to parents who have children in college. Provides information specifically about accredited online college programs, while focusing on clarifying costs and potential income outcomes in a major field. Free, useful information about careers and online resources about careers. Once you've made it through college, if you're considering medical school, Jeremy from South Carolina found this interesting resource page. Thanks, Jeremy!


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