Getting ready for College? These books can help! They provide information about how to select the right school for you, what you need to do to get in, and how to survive once you get there!
Recommended for grades 8-12.
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By College Board.
Presents information on 2,200 4-year colleges and universities and 1,700 2-year community colleges and technical schools.
By Lillian Luterman and Jennifer Bloom.
Provides an accessible, student-centric approach. Clear examples demonstrate how to incorporate individual talents and energies into an effective strategy. Shows you how to shine.
By Charis Freiman-Mendel [with] Jennie Ann Freiman ; illustrations, Alex Larder.
"Cook Your Way Through the SAT is a delectable way to master frequently-asked SAT vocabulary. Serve your ravenous appetite for learning with this innovative book. Each of the 99 easy, enjoyable recipes is matched with a fun-fact blurb containing 10 SAT words." -- back cover.
By Peter Walsh ; with illustrations by John Hendrix.
Organizational expert Peter Walsh presents steps on decluttering one's personal space, covering: how to identify clutter; four steps for decluttering; applying decluttering principals to other areas, such as goals, schoolwork, after-school activities, and relationships with family and friends.
By Laurence Shatkin, and the editors @ JIST.
This book contains descriptions of 50 college majors that are considered secure because they meet needs that are not diminished even during hard times. Specialized lists arrange these majors by the level of education required, by career clusters, by personality types, and by other useful characteristics of the related jobs.
Getting the best out of college : a professor, a dean, and a student tell you how to maximize your experience
By Peter Feaver, Sue Wasiolek, and Anne Crossman.
"A guide to optimizing all aspects of the undergraduate college experience, written for students by a professor, a dean, and a recent college graduate"--Provided by publisher.