In his book, Franek, the Editor-in-Chief from the Princeton Review, answers questions about the college admissions process ranging in topics from financial aid to getting into the school of your choice.
Richards shows the college-bound student how to craft an impactful personal statement that reveals the individual from the inside out. Selecting words, shaping sentences, building paragraphs and even clarifying a voice makes Richard's approach a standout in helping students tell their intimate story.
What students and parents need to know about getting into college. Choose the right college, understand how colleges make decisions, write a great application, prepare for standardized testing and get financial aid.
The Liberal Arts Education at these institutions has been on the cutting edge of higher education for decades. Many of these schools have outperformed most of the rankings sweethearts in the percentages of graduates who become America's scientists and scholars.
This book is the authority on determining the college parameters that constitute a right-fit college list for students. Surveys and thought-provoking inquires encourage a student to determine their "must haves," "like to haves," and "no goes," criterion to be used in college selection.
Stanford Design Department Professors, Burnett and Evans, provide a framework from design thinking to use in building a life you can thrive in at any age or stage of life. This book is a great read for students who don't yet have direction for choosing a career and/or path for learning.