The College Board College Handbook, Volume 1977
The only guide to all 3,600 four-year and two-year colleges in the United States
The College Board College Handbook 2004, with the Real Stuff college search and test-prep CD-ROM, is the flagship of the College Board’s elite line of annual directories. It is the ideal reference tool for students, counselors, and anyone else attempting to find the most objective, accurate, and current information about every accredited college and university in the United States. The new edition gives in-depth information on high-school academic requirements for each college; contact information for institutions; deadlines, requirements, and acceptance rates; and SAT and ACT score ranges, activities, and much more.
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