(I’m taking a break from regular blogging and newsletters during the holidays. Hope you enjoy the DIY College Rankings version of the 12 Days of Christmas. The following contains affiliate links.)
On the twelfth day of Christmas, DIY College Rankings wrote to me:
These were the 12 most viewed Frequently Asked Questions on the website in 2016:
What is a Tier 1 school? (university or college)
Do I Need to Take Both the SAT and ACT?
What is a flagship university?
Can I send the FAFSA to more than 10 schools?
My high school doesn’t offer AP classes, will it hurt me in admissions?
What are the different college calendar types?
What is an academic resume for college admissions?
If my EFC is 0 does that mean I can go to college for free?
Can I go to college with less than a 3.0 high school GPA?
What is financial aid gapping?
What is a Public Ivy?
How many times should a student take the SAT or ACT?
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