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Boston GlobeThe prospective college student's antidote to the Princeton Review doldrums.
Posted December 14, 2004
Numbers and statistics should be the last thing you think about before deciding on a school, and this book proves it. The insight into what some may call the underworld of the college campus is invaluable. The author has strived to capture the most honest of remarks from his fellow students, evidenced by his lack of triviality. For the first time prospective students can truly be guided through everything they need to know about choosing the school that is right for them; everything from the lowdown on fraternities and sororities to the availibility of drugs and alcohol to what you need to know in order to survive the campus police. This book paints the most accurate picture of what it is to be a college student in our day and time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.