Complete Book of Colleges 2010

Complete Book of Colleges 2010

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by Princeton Review
     
 
Target the schools that best match your interests and goals! The Complete Book of Colleges profiles all of the four-year colleges in the U.S. (more than 1,600!) and is the key to a successful college search.

Complete Book of Colleges is packed with all of the information that prospective applicants need to know, including the details

Overview

Target the schools that best match your interests and goals! The Complete Book of Colleges profiles all of the four-year colleges in the U.S. (more than 1,600!) and is the key to a successful college search.

Complete Book of Colleges is packed with all of the information that prospective applicants need to know, including the details on:

·Academics
·Admissions requirements
·Application procedures
·Tuition and fees
·Transferring options
·Housing
·Financial Aid
·Athletics
…and much, much more!

Fully updated for 2010, the Complete Book of Colleges contains all of the latest information about each school. Its unique “Admissions Wizard” questionnaire is designed to help you find schools that meet your individual needs. With competition for college admission at an all-time high, count on The Princeton Review to provide you with the most thorough and accurate guidance on the market.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375429408
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
08/04/2009
Series:
College Admissions Guides Series
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
1600
Product dimensions:
8.34(w) x 10.88(h) x 2.15(d)

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Complete Book of Colleges 2010 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The guide is alphabetical, not organized by state or any other method--although in the index colleges are listed by state, cost and size. The "facilities" section does not give any insight into type of student living, other than designation as either a "city," "town," "village," etc. We found some of these descriptions to be inaccurate. There is also too much focus on computer access and not enough detail on student life. For example, the guide just lists all possible sports and organizations. And finally, on the admission requirements, the guide lists the same metrics as at least "somewhat important" for almost every school, with no distinguishing among what various schools look for in new students. We found it not helpful in allowing us to narrow down the field of excellent colleges.