Complete Book of Colleges, 2003 Edition (College Admissions Guides)

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9780375762567: Complete Book of Colleges, 2003 Edition (College Admissions Guides)
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This is the only guide you will need for a successful college search. Browse through the 2003 edition of the Complete Book of Colleges and you will find meticulously researched profiles of more than 1,600 schools. It contains the latest information for each school on:

· Academic programs and majors offered
· Admissions requirements, including average GPA and SAT scores of incoming freshmen
· Tuition, fees, and other costs
· Campus mailing and e-mail addresses, and phone and fax numbers
· Housing, libraries, laboratories, and other facilities
· Available financial aid
· Athletics and other extracurricular activities
· Student services like counseling, career placement, and accommodations for the disabled

Each profile features icons that give readers an at-a-glance picture of enrollment, selectivity, and costs. In addition we include our Admissions Wizard, a short questionnaire that streamlines students' college search by helping them define the right type of school for you.

In addition to giving you useful statistics and deadline information, the Complete Book of Colleges helps you find schools that offer the degrees you’re looking for, and lets you know what tests you need to take to gain admission. Because, after all, there’s a lot more to getting into college than just knowing where to send your applications.

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This is the only guide students will need for a successful preliminary college search. Browsing through the 2002 edition of the Complete Book of Colleges, students will find meticulously researched profiles of more than 1,600 schools. It contains the latest information for each school on:

· Academic programs and majors offered
· Admissions requirements, including average GPA and SAT scores of incoming freshmen
· Tuition, fees, and other costs
· Campus mailing and e-mail addresses, and phone and fax numbers
· Housing, libraries, laboratories, and other facilities
· Available financial aid
· Athletics and other extracurricular activities
· Student services like counseling, career placement, and accommodations for the disabled

Each profile features icons that give readers an at-a-glance picture of enrollment, selectivity, and costs. In addition, TPR includes The Princeton Review's Admissions Wizard, a short questionnaire that streamlines students' college search by helping them define the right type of school.

In addition to the useful statistics and deadline information, the Complete Book of Colleges helps students find schools that offer the degrees they're looking for, and lets them know what tests they need to take to gain admission. Because, after all, there's a lot more to getting into college than just knowing where to send the applications.

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