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  1. Posted by Anne on September 26, 2009 at 11:07 pm

    I am working with a high school senior and just starting on coaching through applications, college choices, etc. A question came up regarding his family reporting. He lives with his mom. Father died when he was 4 months old. Mom remarried and son has step-dad’s name, etc. So, the question is:
    Do we put down bio-dad’s info instead of mom and step-dad? why? What are the pros and cons of each, This kid never ever knew his real father. Thanks!

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  2. It’s strange I did not get this as a personal message … Well, I think you HAVE to give information about his step-dad as they live in the same household, and I don’t think it’s necessary to include information about his biological father. I just looked at the common application … it would be very difficult to show the real situation in this form, and I think it’s useless to try. Hope that helps!

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  3. Hey,

    I’ve been searching the web for great career resources and I stumbled across The Student Lyd.

    Thanks for taking the time to put it together! I think the website I edit (http://www.highersalary.com) would be a great addition for your Careers and Majors Links. I’d be happy to link to your site as well.

    My site provides detailed profiles and salary information for hundreds of careers. I think it will be a great asset to your users.

    What do you think?!
    Kelly

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  4. Posted by Sami Wehbe on December 14, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    Здравей в UCAS как да попълня Module 1/Unit 1 и останатлите?

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  5. Hi,

    Please can you email me regarding your blog and Career Camel.

    Many thanks,
    Michael

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