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Noodle is quickly becoming the best way to find the right school, college, tutor, or other educational resource.
Noodle is quickly becoming the best way to find the right school, college, tutor, or other educational resource.

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"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."
-Chinese Proverb
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Campuses are getting increasingly luxurious. Find out how this trend will affect your college experience, both academically and financially.

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In terms of boosting your earning potential, a college degree can help. It’s not, however, enough to land a good job — or any job, for that matter. At the end of the day, the thing that employers (or customers, if you’re starting a business) care about is not where you went to school, or even whether you went to school. They care about this: Who are you, and what can you do?

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Happy Pi Day! Love us some 3.14159!
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President Obama has called for a $2 billion increase in Pell Grant funding, but it’s unclear whether this would make college much more affordable for students.

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College rankings are controversial, and no list can claim to be objective, authoritative, or right for every student. Check out Noodle Expert Mat Cusick’s guide to creating a list that suits your needs and desires — academic and otherwise.

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The rise of online courses hasn’t made college decisions any easier. Here to help you think through your online and on-campus options is Hannah Miller (who’s tried both!).

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Black students, despite comparable test scores, are recommended for gifted programs less frequently than their white peers. Noodle Expert Manya Whitaker explains for you:

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Before they were famous, many Hollywood actors, producers, directors, writers, and composers were SAT-taking college hopefuls.

Find out where this year’s Academy Award nominees went to school — and see if you share an alma mater with any of them!

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Did you know that for babies born today, the projected cost of a four-year education at a private college is nearly $438,000? But, depending on your income, you may not have to pay the sticker price!

To find out what you’re likely to pay at the schools you’re considering — and whether you’ll be able to make up the difference with grants or loans — check out the financial aid data on their Noodle college profiles:
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