Math Studies Can Pay Off Big

Students and families do not always realize that the math they are learning and being tested on in high school can help them pay their college bills in years to come. Many colleges, including community colleges, have scholarships open only to students scoring above a certain GPA (usually 3.5) and ACT test score. Many four-year universities offer automatic scholarships to students based on high GPA and ACT scores, with the amount sliding upward for higher performance. So encourage any high school students you know that while they are doing homework and studying, they are adding to their scholarship possibilities.


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