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10 More Actual, Official LSAT Preptests

by Law School Admission Council

Ten tests to be taken in preparation for the LSAT.

1600 Perfect Score: The 7 Secrets of Acing the SAT

by Fischgrund, Tom

Along with giving practical advice on test preparation, the author shares anecdotes from interviews with 160 students who received a perfect score on the SAT. Includes responses from family members, making this a book for both teens and parents.

A Basic Reader for College Writers

by Goldstein, Janet M. and Hayes, Christopher G. and Daniels, David I.

How to become a better reader and writer, using 32 reading selections of exceptional quality, along with activities to help you think and write about the selections.

A is for Admission: The Insider'S Guide to Getting into the Ivy League and Other Top Colleges

by Hernandez, Michele A.

For generations, the admissions process of the Ivy League schools has been cloaked in mystery and myth. Now, a former admissions officer at Dartmouth College reveals how the most selective schools make their decisions.

Adult Students: An Insider's Guide to Getting into College

by Tanabe, Gen and Tanabe, Kelly

Fulfill your dream of going back to school- painlessly!

Better Spelling In 30 Minutes A Day

by Emery, Robert W. and Crosby, Harry H.

This easy-to-use workbook not only teaches you how to avoid misspellings like the ones above, but sharpens your skills so you can recognize spelling errors right away.

Bridging the Gap: College Reading (Ninth Edition)

by Smith, Brenda D.

A guide on how to read at the college level.

College In Three Years: Stop Wasting Time And Money

by Attig, John C.

Shows how to complete college in three years using high school, the internet, placement tests, correspondence and other resources while avoiding common excessive expenses.

College Rules!, 3rd Edition

by Holschuh, Jodi Patrick and Nist-Olejnik, Sherrie

College Rules! reveals strategies that aren't taught in lectures, including how to: Study smarter--not harderPlan a manageable course scheduleMaster e-learning technologiesInteract effectively with profsBecome a research pro--at the library and onlineOrganize killer study groupsFeel engaged--even in "yawn" coursesSurvive the stresses of exam week...

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

by Beiderwell, Bruce and Tse, Linda and Lochhaas, Thomas J. and Dekanter, Nicholas B.

College Success takes a fresh look at what it means, in today's world, with today's students, to be successful in college.

Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools You Should Know About Even If You're Not a Straight-A Student

by Pope, Loren

These 40 colleges outdo the Ivy League and research universities in developing potential, initiative and risk-taking in a wide range of students.

Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities and ADD

by Peterson's

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.

Cut College Costs Now!

by Sandler, Corey

Drawing on insider advice from a roundtable of college administrators and financial planners, Cut College Costs NOW!

Developing Study Skills, Taking Notes and Tests, Using Dictionaries and Libraries

by Coman, Marcia J. and Heavers, Kathy L.

Were you ever taught how to study? Instructors often assume that students beyond grade school know and use good study techniques. You may know some people who seem to be able to do more in less time and get good grades besides. How do they do it? In this unit you will learn some simple techniques that good students consider most important when studying. Now you can discover some of their secrets.

Disabled Students in Higher Education: Perspectives on Widening Access and Changing Policy

by Riddell, Sheila and Tinklin, Teresa and Wilson, Alastair

The authors present results gleaned from eight higher education institutions in Great Britain which demonstrate the level of participation by disabled students.

Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation

by Truss, Lynne

An amusing and informative book about proper punctuation use; includes interesting historical facts re the origins of punctuation marks.

Financial Aid for the Utterly Confused

by Bellia, Anthony J.

Yes, you can afford a top-notch college education! You'll want to leave no stone unturned when it comes to paying for a great college education, so get the guide that answers all your questions!

Focus on Community College Success

by Staley, Constance

This book is different. It won't coerce, coddle, caution, or coax you. Instead, it will give you the tools you need to coach yourself. Ultimately, this book is about you, your college career, and your career beyond college. It's about the future you will create for yourself.

Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate School of Your Choice

by Asher, Donald

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.

High School Bound: The Ultimate Guide for High School Success and Survival!

by Spethman, Martin J.

HIGH SCHOOL BOUND is a fun-filled, entertaining yet practical guide for young people preparing to enter high school.

How to Be a High School Superstar: A Revolutionary Plan to Get into College by Standing Out (Without Burning Out)

by Newport, Cal

What if getting into your reach schools didn't require four years of excessive A. P. -taking, overwhelming activity schedules, and constant stress?

How to Get Money for College: Financing Your Future Beyond Federal Aid 2011

by Peterson’s

How to Get Money for College is a great resource for anyone looking to supplement his or her federal financial aid package with aid from colleges and universities.

How to Read a Book

by Doren, Charles Van and Adler, Mortimer J.

How to Read a Book, originally published in 1940, has become a rare phenomenon, a living classic. It is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader. And now it has been completely rewritten and updated.

How to Study (5th edition)

by Fry, Ron

How to Study has gained immense popularity among students of all ages for one simple reason: It works. Now updated and expanded for the information age, this "A-plus" read includes how to create a work environment, excel in class, use the library, do research online, and much more.

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