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Collegiate Advice: While a recent study shows that most high school students meet with guidance counselors and find their advice helpful in making decisions about college, counselors overall have little influence over students' final postsecondary education choices, it says.

Collegiate Advice: While a recent study shows that most high school students meet with guidance counselors and find their advice helpful in making decisions about college, counselors overall have little influence over students' final postsecondary education choices, it says.

The study, released last month in studentPOLL—JOHN GEHRING

Vol. 20, Issue 18, Page 12

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