Three ways to help your kid pick the right college


By Jillian Berman
College application season is in full-swing and we all know what that means: A lot of anxious parents and students trying to maximize their chances of getting into their dream school. And a lot of news stories about how best to do it.
The bulk of students who go to college in the U.S. attend a non-selective university in their state. But for those who send out several applications to colleges across the country, it’s hard not to fall victim to the admissions-industrial-complex.
Here are some tips from experts below on how to keep perspective:
Talk finances early
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