Complete Book of Colleges

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Random House ; The Princeton Review, 2009 - Reference - 1579 pages
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Target the schools that best match your interests and goals! TheComplete Book of Collegesprofiles all of the four-year colleges in the U.S. (more than 1,600!) and is the key to a successful college search.

Complete Book of Collegesis packed with all of the information that prospective applicants need to know, including the details on:

·Admissions requirements
·Application procedures
·Tuition and fees
·Transferring options
·Financial Aid
…and much, much more!

Fully updated for 2010, theComplete Book of Collegescontains all of the latest information about each school. Its unique “Admissions Wizard” questionnaire is designed to help you find schools that meet your individual needs. With competition for college admission at an all-time high, count on The Princeton Review to provide you with the most thorough and accurate guidance on the market.

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Despite its size its not very informative...

User Review  - shellbee56 -

This is a big book without much needed information. The costs and tuition were given for some colleges but not consistently. I waited a long time to receive it and I probably wont use it. Read full review

for the college bound studentparent

User Review  - sushiblack -

a must have for all college bound students. test scores needed campus life school ratings facilities academics admissions and much more. Read full review


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