Purvi Mody

College Admission Counselor

- 15 years of experience helping students get into top universities around the country including Harvard, UC Berkley, UCLA, Stanford, and Brown
- UCLA, Stanford University
- Owner & managing direct

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Net price calculator - Concept

Purvi Mody
Purvi Mody

College Admission Counselor

- 15 years of experience helping students get into top universities around the country including Harvard, UC Berkley, UCLA, Stanford, and Brown
- UCLA, Stanford University
- Owner & managing direct

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Every school, by law, has to have a net price calculator on their website that will give you an estimate of how much it will cost to attend that school. There will be a series of questions that will ask for information about you and your parents so make sure that your parents are with you when using the net price calculator. Some of the questions that you’ll be asked are the size of your household, your net household income, how much you have in savings, etc. It’s important to note that retirement accounts are not included in determining tuition fees so make sure that you don’t enter that information. Also, all of this information is confidential and will not be seen by the college admissions officers. Once you enter in all the information, there will be a detailed breakdown as to how much it will cost. This includes grants and scholarships that you may qualify for. Remember, this is only an estimate, not an actual reflection of how much it will cost. Still, it helps to give you a great idea of what tuition will be if you attend that school.

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