This guide contains the most complete, up-to-date, accurate information available for all ABA-approved law schools. The two most authoritative sources for data and information on law schools - the LSAC, which administers the LSAT, and the ABA, which accredits the law schools - have teamed up to provide a comprehensive law school guide featuring data and admission profiles that are available nowhere else.
The second edition of this successful guide to writing for graduate-and undergraduate-students has been modified to include updates and replacements of older data sets; an increased range of disciplines with tasks such as nursing, marketing, and art history; discussions of discourse analysis; a broader discussion of e-mail use that includes current e-mail practices.
Includes organizational structure and the management of graduate admissions, establishing admissions policies, implementing admissions policy, evaluating admissions policies, post-admission-decision activity and financial considerations
This book helps academic writers gain control over writing and publishing, master specific aspects of academic writing, and improve their productivity.
Whether you are considering an MBA, a law degree, a master’s, or a Ph.D., this must-have guide to more than 1,900 U.S. graduate programs can help you find the best one for you ― and the money to pay the bills.
The Book of Majors 2015 by The College Board helps students answer these questions: What’s the major for me? Where can I study it? What can I do with it after graduation?
The 2015 edition covers every college major identified by the U.S. Department of Education—over 1,200 majors are listed in all.
What makes business school applications so brutal? For most applicants, it’s the number, length, and complexity of the essays they have to write. Most top schools require multiple essays, and this book is your best bet for acing them all.
Most top business schools require multiple essays, and this book is your best bet for acing them all. Business School Essays That Made a Difference, 3rd Edition, contains 61 essays as well as interviews with admissions pros and with students who've been through the process and made it to business school.
A Guide to Graduate Business Programs is a brand new, user-friendly guide to hundreds of graduate business programs in the United States, Canada, and abroad. The easy-to-read descriptions focus on the essential information that defines each business school or grad business program, with photos offering prospective students a look at the faces of faculty, students, buildings, and important campus locales.
Get all the prep you need to ace the GMAT with The Princeton Review, including 6 CAT practice exams, thorough topic reviews, and exclusive access to our online Premium Portal with tons of extra resources.
The only comprehensive listing of higher education administrators, Peterson’s Directory of College & University Administrators 2005 is an easy-to-use "who’s who" directory of higher education. Freshly updated with more than 90,000 individual contact names of university presidents, registrars, and student affairs heads at more than 4,000 U.S. institutions.
This sixth edition contains a wealth of information for over 100 master's and doctoral degree programs in the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and South Africa. This is the ideal resource for individuals interested in pursuing graduate study and a career in sport or exercise psychology.
Education for the Earth is the only guide available to help you find the colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada that are training environmental professionals in career areas from engineering to wildlife management, from forestry to toxicology.
Now completely revised-all there is to know on getting into the right schools and making the experience count.
Since its original publication, Financing Graduate School has become the standard in its field, an indispensable tool for getting money for graduate and professional school. A treasure trove of information, advice, and resources, it brings clarity and common sense to an often-confusing task.
Put your MBA plans into action with this all-new guide to getting into business school. Get essential information on selecting a school, planning, and preparing. Plus, tips from business school graduates, as well as admission directors at seven leading business schools. You'll even find out which school officials to talk with.
Formerly titled Gardner's Guide to Computer Graphics, Animation and Multimedia Schools. With over 5 years of researched information, the third edition profiles over 460 colleges and universities in the USA that offers computer graphics related degrees through the arts and science departments
Two of America's best-known GMAT coaches offer practical advice and proven strategies to gain admission to first-choice schools, including writing effective applications and personal statements, preparing for the GMAT CAT, and securing recommendations .
A hit with both law school-bound students and their counselors, this concise handbook provides the practical advice today's pre-laws need to gain admission to first-choice schools. Filled with proven inside strategies to help applicants through every step of the admissions process, including writing an effective personal statement, preparing for the LSAT, obtaining financial assistance, and more.
Is graduate school right for you? Should you get a master’s or a Ph.D.? How can you choose the best possible school?
Good Grad! is a practical—and politically incorrect—guide for current and future grad students trying to unravel the mysteries of the master's degree and Ph.D. For most of your time in grad school, you're not worrying about looking good to an admissions committee or beefing up a resume. Good Grad! contains the hard-fought wisdom of those who have gone through these trials by fire and come out the other side.
The fully updated fourth edition of the go-to guide for crafting winning essays for any type of graduate program or scholarship, including PhD, master’s, MBA, MD, JD, postdocs, DDS, DVM, Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright--you name it.
Veteran higher-education consultant Donald Asher demystifies the graduate school application process and offers a detailed action plan that has proved successful for some of the most competitive programs in the country. The 50 sample essays-selected from thousands of candidates-showcase the best of the best, while the Essay Hall of Shame identifies common pitfalls to avoid.
Veteran higher-education consultant Donald Asher demystifies the graduate school application process and offers a detailed action plan that has proved successful for some of the most competitive programs in the country.
Graduate Programs in Business, Education, Information Studies, Law & Social Work 2017 contains more than 10,500 graduate programs across all of the relevant disciplines-including accounting and finance, business management, education, law, library and information sciences, marketing, social work, and many more.