The Real ACT Prep Guide is the only book with insider test-taking tips and strategy, practice, and insight from the makers of the ACT.
The only guidebook of its kind to combine extensive narrative college profiles with detailed data and statistics on each institution, this tome reports on more than 300 colleges and universities, addressing their academics, majors, student life, athletics, student body, distinguished alumni, admissions/financial aid, and post-graduation success.
Take your sport to college! The Winning Edge is much more than a rehash of NCAA rules and regulations, it shows students how to use their athletic skills to increase their chances for admission and financial aid at the school of their choice. The Winning Edge also includes practical advice from coaches in nearly every sport.
Designed to unravel some of the mystery around graduate school programs in science and engineering, this one-stop resource reinforces strategies for succeeding. Qualitative interviews offer first--hand stories and tips from women who have found success in academia, industry, and the public sector.
Peterson's Two-Year Colleges 2017 includes information on nearly 1,900 accredited two-year undergraduate institutions in the United States and Canada, as well as some international schools
If you're serious about maximizing your chances of admission to a PhD program in Computer Science or Engineering, this book, written by current and former university faculty, is an essential resource.
If it's on the GRE verbal and analytical writing sections, it's in this book! Verbal Workout for the GRE, 4th Edition is completely updated for the August 2011 changes to the GRE.
This regional directory lists programs at more than 2,500 career colleges, trade schools, and technical training centers—all fully accredited programs—east of the Mississippi River, and contains details on their enrollment, costs, contact information, and more.
This book helps you get from the lab to life! Whether you're considering majoring in biology, choosing a college or classes, or already have your degree and your lab coat, this is your definitive guide to diverse career opportunities, some of which you probably haven't considered. It goes beyond the basics to address specific concerns of biology majors with valuable information.
In the tradition of The Gatekeepers, a veteran counselor provides the missing key to the college admissions door with insider wisdom about how admissions committees think, and the thirteen fatal mistakes that can ruin an application.