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YouScience Weighs in on How to Make the Most of Summer Before College
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Center for Education Statistics, a record 21.8 million students attended college in 2013, ushering nearly 5.5 million incoming freshmen into higher academia. In order to prepare the class of 2018 for post-secondary education, YouScience, the creators of the only scientific, online course and career assessment profile, share the top eight tips for college preparedness.
In addition to advice regarding landing a job or internship, managing a new professional network or prepping for the college course load, YouScience helps students narrow the 1,500 academic programs available nationwide to the one that will guide a student's educational path through four years of school. The YouScience College Success Profile identifies the intersection of a student's individual aptitudes and personal interests to identify the best fit for a field of study, ensuring students have a plan to graduate on time and are well-positioned for career success.
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YouScience uses science to help students successfully transition from high school to post-secondary to career. The YouScience profile combines aptitude and interest assessments with a patent pending education and career mapping process. Sold directly to consumers and through high schools, colleges and consultants, YouScience assists students and their families find their way faster. Founded in 2012, YouScience is a private company headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., with offices in Dallas. For further information on YouScience, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or visit www.youscience.com.
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