The Best 331 Colleges

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Robert Franek
Random House, 2001 - Reference - 745 pages
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What makes The Best 331 Colleges the most talked-about college guide?
- The authors ask students (not just admissions officers) what colleges are like. They surveyed 65,000 college students, and the revealing results are in this book.
- Complete profiles cover the entire school, from academics to financial aid to social life.
- The book has all the information students need to apply and get in: admissions criteria, deadlines, phone numbers, e-mail and campus addresses.
- Unique rankings in 63 categories rate colleges on academics, politics, social life, quality of life, cafeteria food, dormitories, and much more.
- Includes the annual news-making campus life survey--students rate their schools' faculties, workloads, social scenes, sports, and more
- The always popular "best party school" rankings.
- The inside word on specific admissions requirements at each school, plus details on financial aid

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Robert J Franek is a graduate of Drew University and has been a member of The Princeton Review Staff since 1999. He has an extensive admissions background at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY. In addition, he owns his own tour company, which offers walking tours of his hometown of New York City.

Eric Owens attended Cornell University, and is a recent graduate of Loyola Chicago School of Law. He teaches and writes for The Princeton Review, and is the voice of Joe Bloggs on a CD-ROM.

Tom Meltzer is a graduate of Columbia University. He has taught for The Princeton Review since 1986 and is the author or co-author of seven TPR titles, the most recent of which is Illustrated Word Smart, which Tom co-wrote with his wife, Lisa. He is also a professional mu

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