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Money for College
How to Get Money for College: Financing Your Future Beyond Federal Aid 2013 is a great resource for anyone looking to supplement his or her federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities.
The only annual college financial aid guide with line-by-line instructions for completing the FAFSA and CSS PROFILE aid forms!
Figuring out how to pay for college can be daunting.
The New Global Student: Skip the SAT, Save Thousands on Tuition, and Get a Truly International Educationby Frost, Maya
This inspirational how-to handbook illustrates how blending meaningful study abroad with personalized learning gives students extraordinary opportunities to reach new heights.
In this thoroughly revised third edition of Winning Scholarships for College, Marianne Ragins proves that it's not always the students with the best grades or the highest SAT scores who win scholarships.
Peterson's CompetitiveEdge: A Guide to Graduate Business Programs 2013 is a user-friendly guide to hundreds of graduate business programs in the United States, Canada, and abroad.
If you need to know it for the MCAT, it's in this book.
If you need to know it for the next-generation GMAT, it's in this book. Cracking the New GMAT, 2013 Edition has been completely revised and updated for the June 2012 changes to the GMAT.
A complete guide to score your highest on the GRE--now with a bonus CD-ROMThe Education Testing Service announced recently that changes to the 2011 GRE test are the most significant updates to the exam to date.
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 challenging practice and proven strategies you need to get a perfect score on the LSAT.
A detailed study guide that guarantees a high LSAT scoreIf you thought you left standardized tests back in high school, think again.
The straightforward guide to surviving and thriving in law school Every year more than 40,000 students enter law school and at any given moment there are over 125,000 law school students in the United States.
Peterson's Master the GRE® 2015 is your one-stop guidebook for preparing for the GRE test.
Peterson's Master the GRE® 2015: Basics offers a thorough introduction to the revised GRE. It discusses the test organization and time limits, explains how the test is administered, and addresses how the test is scored.
This essential LSAT preparation tool encompasses PrepTest 52 (the September 2007 LSAT) through PrepTest 61 (the October 2010 LSAT).
irreverent book on earning graduate degrees
THE PRINCETON REVIEW GETS RESULTS. The Princeton Review's Verbal Workout for the GRE gives you everything you need to practice your way to perfection on the verbal sections of the GRE exam.
Information for Students with Disabilities
College Students with Learning Disabilities: A Handbook for Students with LD, Admissions Officers, Faculty/Staff, Administrators (7th edition)by Vogel, Susan A.
This handbook defines common problems which may hinder an LD student's admission into college.
College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities: Strategies and Tips to Make the Most of Your College Experienceby Spencer, Vicky G. and Simpson, Cynthia G.
The complete handbook for college-bound kids with learning disabilities.
College Success for Students With Physical Disabilities is a college planning guide for students with physical disabilities and chronic medical conditions.
Expanded and freshly updated, Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities or ADD is a great resource for students searching for a college that will provide them with the programs they need.
The authors present results gleaned from eight higher education institutions in Great Britain which demonstrate the level of participation by disabled students.
Learning Outside the Lines: Two Ivy League Students With Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolutionby Cole, David and Mooney, Jonathan
Perhaps you find yourself outside the norm, because you learn differently -- but, unlike your classmates, you have no system in place that consistently supports your ability and desire to learn. Simply put, you are considered lazy and stupid. You are expected to fail. Learning Outside the Lines is written by two such "academic failures" -- that is, two academic failures who graduated from Brown University at the top of their class.