The college guide for parents

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College Entrance Examination Board, 1988 - Education - 197 pages
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A college counseling authority gives parents expert advice about everything they need to know to help their teenagers prepare for college and adjust to being independent.

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Contents

high school courses your child should take for college How
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campus Your childs chances of getting into the college of
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Whats the Difference? Small vs large schools Advantages and disadvantages of each The twoyear college alternative Public and private
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About the author (1988)

A former English teacher who taught Harper Lee's novel for years, Charles J. Shields has a BA in English and an MA in American history from the University of Illinois, where he was a James Scholar. The author of many widely praised books for young people, he spent four years researching "Mockingbird" in Alabama, New York, and Kansas, speaking to hundreds of Lee's neighbors, friends, classmates, and culling facts from the archives of Truman Capote and other collections, as well as papers from the Monroe County (Alabama) courthouse and historical museum. He lives in central Virginia with his wife.

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