How to Survive Getting Into College

How to Survive Getting Into College

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Baker & Taylor
Shares practical advice by recent high school graduates on how to navigate the complicated components of college admissions, sharing lighthearted strategies for such topics as applications, interviews, and financial aid.

Perseus Publishing
Getting into college is a national obsession among high school students and their parents, and it’s only getting worse. Each year, there are more applications and tougher admissions standards at competitive schools. In a tight job market, the stakes are higher than ever. Businesses, books, and programs exist to help students win acceptance to top schools, but why not go to the real source ? recent high school graduates who survived the college admissions process. In How to Survive Getting Into College, hundreds of students share their hard-won wisdom, thoughts, strategies, struggles, and even failures. Filled with tips, tricks, humor, and horror stories, as well as practical advice on applications, interviews, and financial aid, the book is a lifeline for high school juniors and seniors.


Reasearch Associates
Getting into college is a national obsession among high school students and their parents, and it’s only getting worse. Each year, there are more applications and tougher admissions standards at competitive schools. In a tight job market, the stakes are higher than ever. Business, books, and programs exist to help students win acceptance to top schools, but why not go to the real source — recent high school graduates who survived the college admissions process. In How to Survive Getting Into College, hundreds of students share their hard-won wisdom, thoughts, strategies, struggles, and even failures. Filled with tips, tricks, humor, and horror stories, as well as practical advice on applications, interviews, and financial aid, the book is a lifeline for high school juniors and seniors.


Publisher Group West
Getting into college is a national obsession among high school students and their parents, and it’s only getting worse. Each year, there are more applications and tougher admissions standards at the top schools. In a tight job market, the stakes are higher than ever. Students are bombarded by books and programs designed by desk-bound “experts” all claiming to have the magic answer for getting accepted at the college of their choice, but here, editor Rachel Korn went to the real experts: recent high school graduates who survived the college admissions process. In How to Succeed at Getting Into College, hundreds of students share their hard-won wisdom, thoughts, strategies, struggles, and even failures. Filled with tips, tricks, humor, and horror stories, as well as practical advice on applications, interviews, and financial aid, the book is a lifeline for high school juniors and seniors.


Baker
& Taylor

Shares practical advice by recent high school graduates on how to navigate the complicated components of college admissions, sharing lighthearted strategies for such topics as applications, interviews, and financial aid. Original.

Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Hundreds of Heads Books, c2006
ISBN: 9781933512051
1933512059
Characteristics: viii, 264 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Korn, Rachel

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