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The text echoes both traditional Western Civilization and World History courses, and is organized by chronology, ideas, people, and major events, all highlighted to aid organized study and review. Features two SAT II practice tests with answers and explanations and hundreds of drill questions with answers.

Here's a fine head start for college students planning to go on to law school. It describes the day-to-day law school experience, the subjects to be studied and mastered, competition, and the standard procedures that define the law school environment. The author offers advice on taking good lecture notes, effective study methods, library research, test-taking, handling the inevitable stresses of law school, and much more.

This book contains all the information-gathering techniques and style guidelines required for a first-rate thesis.

Here's the unique and acclaimed reference work that every year more and more applicants are turning to for much-needed help in confronting one of the most challenging and perplexing aspects of the graduate admissions process. Includes 30 examples of successful statements and also reveals what not to include.

The personal statement is the single most important part of a graduate school application, and yet very few applicants know how to write one that will gain them admittance to the program of their choice. The third edition of this highly successful book can change all that by showing readers numerous ways to greatly improve their essays.

30 Essays That Won Over $3 Million in Scholarships.

Examining the two basic components of scholarship competition—essays and interviews—this vital guidebook offers practical advice and real-life examples to guide students through the entire application process.

Step-by-step instruction for compiling and writing a top-quality research paper .

A Concise and practical source of information for students outside of U.S. 3200 colleges and universities in the U.S: listed in tabular format for easy comparison.

This book tells you, step by step, how to use the Internet as a key tool for gathering college facts, searching for scholarships, applying for admission, and much more.

Prepare for the New SAT with confidence! With more than 75 years of experience and more than 95% of our students getting into their top-choice schools, Kaplan knows how to increase your score and get you into your top-choice college!

Prep Smarter. Not Harder. The College Board's redesigned SAT is coming in spring 2016, and there is nothing like practice to help build the necessary edge to increase your SAT score. Kaplan’s 8 Practice Tests for the New SAT provides more practice tests than any other guide on the market. With more than 1,500 questions and comprehensive explanations that step you through how to get the right answer the expert way, we guarantee you’ll raise your score—or your money back!

The essential, comprehensive ACT guide from Kaplan, leader in test prep for more than 75 years, provides proven test-taking strategies, realistic practice questions and tests, detailed answer explanations, and video tutorials so you score higher on test day.

This comprehensive guide includes: details on the new question type practice questions, answer explanations , strategies for all question types, and vocabulary-building method.

Kaplan New GMAT Premier 2013 with 5 Computer Adaptive Practice Tests is the most comprehensive resource for the GMAT—including the new Integrated Reasoning section. For students who want to break 700—and nail Integrated Reasoning—Kaplan New GMAT Premier 2013 with 5 Computer Adaptive Practice Tests is the definitive resource.

Proven strategies, practice, and review to ace the SAT Subject Test Biology E/M.

Getting into a top college has never been more difficult. Students need to distinguish themselves from the crowd, and scoring well on a SAT Subject Test gives students a competitive edge. Kaplan's SAT Subject Test: Mathematics Level 1 is the most up-to-date guide on the market with complete coverage of both the content review and strategies students need for success on test day.

Essential strategies, practice, and review to ace the SAT Subject Test Physics.

Reaffirming the value of the small liberal arts college, Pope shows parents and students how and why to look beyond Ivy League and other well-known schools to choose the college that best suits their needs--and how to avoid the pitfalls of the college selection process.

LSAT Trainer Study Guide & Practice Test Questions for the Law School Admission Council's (LSAC) Law School Admission Test
Quick Study & Practice Test Questions for the Law School Admissions Council's (LSAC) Law School Admission Test.

In Majoring in Engineering, John Garcia introduces prospective engineers to the profession and helps them evaluate their talents (or lack thereof) for it. Garcia discusses the different types of engineering (civil, mechanical, chemical, electrical, and others); how to choose an engineering school; and how to cope when you get there.

Using a personal, anecdotal, and humorous style, Underhill examines the good and not-so-good reasons why people become lawyers, exposing popular myths, and looking at different types of lawyers, and the skills lawyers need.

The MBTI assessment, coupled with the descriptions of more than 800 college majors, including course requirements, related majors, and related careers, will provide students an invaluable resource for making The Major Decision.

Master the GED: Language Arts, Writing coaches you on how to relax and do what it takes to earn the high scores you need.

Students know and trust Peterson's for complete prep for the GMAT, including tips on essay writing and a thorough analysis of the types of verbal and quantitative questions they can expect on the exam.

Peterson's Master the GMAT 2013 has the complete information that GMAT test-takers need.

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