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February 6th, 2013, 11:22 AM
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Hello everyone,

I am interested in hearing from other moms of teens getting ready for college. I have left SAT prep up to my daughter, who is a sophomore in high school, figuring that she's motivated enough to figure it out. She's naturally smart, and excels in school. But I recently read an article saying that parents should be more involved - that we're in a way sabotaging our children's chance at getting into college if we're not helping out or if we're helping out too much (The article was called "Parents Accidentally Sabotaging their Children's College Applications").

I know my daughter is still young enough that we have time to work on everything - but should I be freaking out? Should I be more active in my daughter's SAT prep and college admissions process? What have you all done for your kids when it comes to SAT prep and college admissions?
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