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College Convo - Overview of College Admissions By Michael Kiers
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The world of college admissions is very complex. This book offers families information to successfully navigate through the process.
Project Prevail Guide to College Admission By Shareea Butler
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Practical advice about preparing for college and gaining admission to one of your top choice school. Written by three ladies who successfully navigated both the undergraduate and graduate admission... More > processes.< Less
Project Prevail Guide to College Admission By Shareea Butler
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Practical advice about preparing for college and gaining admission to one of your top choice school. Written by three ladies who successfully navigated both the undergraduate and graduate admission... More > processes.< Less
College Planning Reports-Admissions By Chuck Haley
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CPR Admissions presents short detailed guides for the Admissions process. It begins with carefully selecting schools that will best enable you to meet your academic and career goals. You will spend... More > hours exploring each campus, meeting with staff and professors. CPR wil guide you to discover each school's strengths and weaknesses.< Less
Beat the College Admissions Game: Do a Project! By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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You’ve heard stories about high schoolers with 4.0+ GPAs and perfect SATs being rejected from Harvard or Stanford. Some of these students also have long resumes filled with extra-curricular... More > activities and club memberships. If they can’t get in, what kind of students are these colleges looking for? What these admissions committees are looking for are students who also excel outside of the high school setting, students who demonstrate true creativity, initiative, and leadership, students who show the potential to become the next John Updike or Bill Gates. This book guides the student through the entire process of doing a college project—from brainstorming to implementation to fruition. With examples of other projects that students have completed, the students learn how to plan each step, how manage their time to get it done, and how to present it on college applications to leave admissions committees dazzled.< Less
Beat the College Admissions Game: Do a Project! By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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You’ve heard stories about high schoolers with 4.0+ GPAs and perfect SATs being rejected from Harvard or Stanford. Some of these students also have long resumes filled with extra-curricular... More > activities and club memberships. If they can’t get in, what kind of students are these colleges looking for? What these admissions committees are looking for are students who also excel outside of the high school setting, students who demonstrate true creativity, initiative, and leadership, students who show the potential to become the next John Updike or Bill Gates. This book guides the student through the entire process of doing a college project—from brainstorming to implementation to fruition. With examples of other projects that students have completed, the students learn how to plan each step, how manage their time to get it done, and how to present it on college applications to leave admissions committees dazzled.< Less
Parent/Student Guide to the College Admission Process By Diane M. Librot
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Everything you need to know to help prepare yourself for the college admission process beginning as a high school freshman. Visuals included on how to prepare the paperwork and more!
Getting In: Insider Tips on College Admissions for Immigrant Families By Danny Byun
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A practical guide to the college application process. Danny Byun, founder of FLEX College Prep, has helped hundreds of families to find the right college fit and navigate their way through the... More > complex American college admissions process. He now shares over a decade of accumulated wisdom and actual case studies in this informative and insightful book.< Less
The Insider's Guide to Service Academy Admissions By Nick Sloan
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This guide shows you exactly what you need to do in order to apply and be accepted to any one of the US service academies. Service academies have one of the lowest acceptance rates of any university... More > in the world. As a graduate of the Air Force Academy, my purpose is to give you the information you need in order to make your application stand out, and to give you the tips you need to get accepted the first time. This book is filled with advice for getting into any service academy: the US Military Academy, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, or Merchant Marine Academy. This advice comes not only from me, but from recent grads, academy liaison officers, and even admissions directors. With the information contained in this book, you will be ready to start one of the most arduous journeys of your life. Thousands of people have made that journey, and this book will let you learn from their experiences and allow you to avoid the mistakes that could cost you acceptance.< Less
Get Into Veterinary School: Insights by an Admissions Expert -2012 Edition- For High School, College & Returning Adult Students By Joseph Piekunka
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$14.99 at Lulu.com. This book focuses on helping North American pre-vets yet is helpful for all who read English. The author has three decades of admissions experience, one decade at a prestigious... More > veterinary school and offers a consulting service at PreVetAdvising.com. The intent of the book is to give advice – admissions facts and figures supplement the advice. A review on Amazon.com of the previous edition says: “…The book is by a true expert - the former Director of Admissions at Cornell's famed veterinary school - and the insights are exceptionally practical, such as classes to take in high school as well as in college. It has wise advice on choosing the college to attend when veterinary school is the ultimate goal. The author also stresses the importance of large animal experience and references from practicing veterinarians in the admissions process, as it is highly competitive…” A. Meyers, Librarian, Middletown, CT< Less