Get It Together for College: A Planner to Help You Get Organized and Get In

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The College Board, Jun 24, 2008 - Study Aids - 224 pages
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Any high school senior will tell you that the hardest part of applying to college is organizing their work and staying on top of the various tests, forms, letters of recommendation, and interviews that are required. Building on the success of the Web site, Get It Together for College provides calendars, checklists, worksheets, and tips to help students do just that. This planner will take students from searching for colleges to a final checklist of what to pack for their dorm. The tools and advice are presented in a calming, low-stress design that builds students' confidence and helps them take control of the process.


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Well organized with calendars and charts to fill in. Its like a little handbook you carry with you every day to make sure your on the right path. Has lined up questions for you to ask and what to expect. Read full review

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This is a wonderful book on how to plan and prepare for College Applying and College life when you are in high school or just graduated. I am so glad that I found this book because now I can prepare for college when I enter into next year. Although the book is majorly focused on juniors and seniors, it still has information for the freshman or sophomore who wants to take control before it's too late. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anybody. 


Make Sure Youre On Track
Finding Colleges You Like
Visiting Colleges
Taking Tests
Filling Out the Applications
No Stress Application Essays
The Money Part
After the Letters Arrive

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The College Board, a not-for-profit membership association, connects students to college success and opportunity through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-known programs are the SAT(R), the PSAT/NMSQT(R), and the Advanced Placement Program(R) (AP). Students, parents, educators, and librarians recognize the College Board as a source of expertise on SAT and CLEP(R)test preparation, college admissions, and financial aid. The Board publishes the bestselling Official SAT Study Guide, the College Handbook, the Book of Majors, and other books that help students prepare for college, research their options, and succeed in higher education. It also maintains the popular Web site, which is visited by more than two million unique visitors per month.

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