College Education: Online Resources for the Cyber
To avoid information overload, College. edu leads users to the most useful Internet sites on college financial aid and admission, including the best bulletin boards and newsgroups. Written for students and college planning professionals, this guide tells whether it's advantageous to apply for admission and financial aid on-line, where to prepare for on-campus interviews, what to look for in virtual campus tours, and how to verify the Internet's information.
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