Complete Book of Colleges, 2011 Edition

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Random House ; The Princeton Review, Aug 3, 2010 - Study Aids - 1388 pages
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The Mega-Guide to 1,762 Colleges and Universities!

   • Get the scoop on the essentials like cost, financial aid offerings, admissions requirements, deadlines, student demographics, campus activities, and facilities, all in a user-friendly format.
   • Check out every school’s scores in three rating categories: Admissions Selectivity, Fire Safety, and Green Ratings!

Inside theComplete Book of Colleges,you’ll find meticulously researched information that will help you narrow the search for the best college for you! Each user-friendly profile answers your questions, including:
   • How much are tuition and other student fees and costs?
   • What types of financial aid are available, and when are the applications due?
   • What do admissions officers most look for? Are some factors, such as recommendations and test scores, more important than others?
   • Which majors are the most popular and have the highest enrollment?
   • What is the housing like, and how accessible is technology on campus?
   • What are the key campus organizations, athletics, and student activities?
   • How selective is the school?




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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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