It’s early November, and it’s the time of year when prospective college students around the country are scrambling as they assemble transcripts, letters of recommendation and test scores to submit with their applications.
Many veterans will be among the prospect pool. How can they compete against boarding-school graduates and applicants with SAT tutors?
Jacob Travis, 26, of Cranston, says real-life experience, a unique perspective and a dedication to achievement adds value when veterans walk into a college classroom. (continued)
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