The College Board College Handbook, Volume 1977

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College Board, Aug 1, 2005 - Education - 2100 pages
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The only guide to all 3,600 four-year and two-year colleges in the United States

The College Board College Handbook 2004, with the Real Stuff college search and test-prep CD-ROM, is the flagship of the College Board’s elite line of annual directories. It is the ideal reference tool for students, counselors, and anyone else attempting to find the most objective, accurate, and current information about every accredited college and university in the United States. The new edition gives in-depth information on high-school academic requirements for each college; contact information for institutions; deadlines, requirements, and acceptance rates; and SAT and ACT score ranges, activities, and much more.

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Contents

Preface
1
About accreditation
8
The college next door
14
Copyright

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The College Board has played a significant role in American education since 1900. Its members include virtually all colleges in the country and a growing number of high schools. Their faculties and administrators serve as advisers and supporters of College Board activities, giving the organization a level of authoritativeness that no other publisher can match. The College Board is the leader in the field of college information and test preparation publications. The College Board College Handbook has been published since 1941 and is widely recognized for its accuracy and comprehensiveness; as the sponsor of the SATs, the Board also publishes the most authoritative and respected book on preparing for the SAT -- 10 Real SATs.

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