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Author(s):Southern Maryland College Access Network
Title:SoMD CAN Curriculum Guides
Source:http://somdcan.org/
Date:2007
Organization:Southern Maryland College Access Network
Short Description:These 13 guides are about topics such as preparing for tests, choosing a college, writing an admissions essay, and filling out the FAFSA. They are designed to be used in small group or one-on-one sessions throughout the academic year.
Annotation:These 13 guides are about topics such as preparing for tests, choosing a college, writing an admissions essay, and filling out the FAFSA. They are designed to be used in small group or one-on-one sessions throughout the academic year.
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College and Career Planning (for Students)
Financial Aid
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