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-- parents are.
-- -- -- at colleges for their kids are making those road trips -- going out to see different tech campus is to see if those campuses may be.
-- the best for their kids and kids have to make of their minds as well and joining us now.
Could that -- Crennel -- -- foxnews.com contributor and she's got some advice for us along the way how their high.
Well and there are a lot of questions to.
Look through when you're deciding which college -- -- travel expert Eileen Vince gives us some tips for how to make the college -- experience.
More enjoyable for every -- Don't be surprised and this has happened to me more than once where the kids take one look around and say forget it this place isn't.
For me searching for the perfect college can be -- most exciting.
As well as stressful time for -- and -- their parents some kids know from the get go they -- small school they want a big school.
They want a city school they -- campus school other kids have no clue so sometimes it's -- in the beginning part of the search to.
Try if you different schools family travel expert Eileen Hogan's tells parents to take note about how to make the most.
Out of the college touring experience.
Such as by taking a break and ditching -- if you've been looking at schools for at least three days in a route.
Everything just starts to look the same Hogan says and don't forget to make time for recess.
Even while on vacation.
It's important for parents to.
Whether it is going on the Freedom Trail shopping and Faneuil hall going and the aquarium.
Whatever it is that would be interesting and what kind of break up.
To save money only take the college bound kid.
If you can -- the other siblings home and just make this kind of old one you with your child.
Hogan says if your child is applying to schools from coast to coast.
Consider waiting to visit some people -- that they're touring two schools that are a drivable distance and then.
Let's say their child is supplying.
Across the country or what ever.
And then they don't go visit until they've -- admit it and here's your warning.
Parents need to be prepared to flunk out at least once during the process.
I had a son -- we after we drove for hours to campus refuse to get out of the car.
-- -- away at college soon enough.
Can parents need to.
Be aware that while they are stressed their kids are stressed out about this process.
Quite a bit as well and -- -- collaboration on both parts to try to make it an enjoyable experience while it is an exciting time definite -- farmers and leave the other kids at home.
Yes this until bring that along for the ride he hasn't been to since extractor and and it's hard because of so many decisions so many things to look at.
For that -- high yield to -- to really explore and look cannot be worried about the other kid.
-- -- and then in the head in the backseat -- sell it basically by narrowing down the focus are able to help the children.
Are that I have I should -- -- teenager I figure out which is the best -- -- that -- nice good to see you.
Thank you very much involved with parents out there who are going to embarking on -- -- we wish you all the best of luck on that.
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