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Time to plan with the Kaplan Test Prep #JourneytoCollege Program @SheSpeaksUp

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Kaplan Test Prep. I received compensation to write this post, and any opinions expressed are my own, and reflect my actual experience.

My son just started his freshman year of high school and my head is already spinning trying to figure out what the next step is on his journey to college. I know they talk to the kids at school, but that information doesn't always make it home to mom and dad. And well, I'm sure if you're a parent you know if it does make it home it might not be all of the information in it's original form. So as you can imagine when I heard about the Kaplan Test Prep Program and that it had a simple month-to-month KapMap to follow I was pretty excited. It gives you a break down for each month of all of their high school years. Now this is perfect for me. I like to take things slow, but don't want to get off track when things happen too slowly.

It breaks it down like this:
  • When to apply
  • Why test prep matters
  • How to apply for financial aid
  • What to consider when choosing a college
Things have changed a lot since I was in college and it all can be just a little be overwhelming.But thanks to Kaplan and their KapMap I feel like I have a better grip on my son's college planning.

If you have a child entering high school this year, or even next year and are prepping for college I highly suggest sitting down and discussing their future plans with them. Then take a few minutes to download your own KapMap and starting making their college plan now.

Try it for yourself!
Right now through August 28th, you can save $100 when you enroll in a Kaplan SAT and ACT course using code: SHESPEAKS100

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