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*Top Secret* Guide to GETTING ADMITTED to College

*Top Secret* Guide to GETTING ADMITTED to College

Everything High School Students and Their Parents Need to Know

  • Author: Dawn Schildhorn
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780998835006
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You sit on one side of a scale, while your competition sits on the other. The odds are stacked against you. What, if anything, can you do to help tip the scale in your favor? The answer is the same for every student and every college. And, it's not as hard as it seems. You just need access to the same "secrets" that college admissions experts are selling to their clients for hundreds of dollars an hour. This step-by-step guide grants you that access. It reveals the 12 things that matter most in the admissions process, and provides corresponding steps for making a notable first impression, and ultimately getting admitted. It's like having your own private college counselor right at your fingertips.

Golf Guide for Parents and Players

Golf Guide for Parents and Players

Secrets of Success for Junior and College Golf, Professional Tour and Beyond

  • Author: Jacqui McSorley,Johnny Gonzales
  • Publisher: Mansion
  • ISBN: 1932421149
  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Page: 319
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Millions of children are getting into golf all over the world. Golf offers your child unparalleled opportunities -- world travel, money for college, great career choices. However young players sometimes suffer burnout, injury, and other specific problems, ruining their love of the game and desires to keep playing. How to motivate kids to go back, practice after practice. When to focus exclusively on golf. Save on lessons, find scholarships and sponsors. How to pursue college golf and a career in professional golf. Gain insight into golf organisations and agents. Have fun along the way at the best golf camps and resorts. Golf Guide for Parents and Players unveils the secrets of success for junior and college golf, the professional tour and beyond. Whether your child is 2 or 18, just starting, has played some golf, or is already a champion -- this book will provide a chockfull of practical answers and new ideas. Whether you are a player, a golf playing parent or a parent curious about golf, this book will empower you to get the most out of the game leading you down some amazing fairways, teeing up some big dreams, and driving you toward an exhilarating golfing life.

How to Survive Getting Into College

How to Survive Getting Into College

By Hundreds of Students Who Did

  • Author: Hundreds Books
  • Publisher: Hundreds of Heads Books
  • ISBN: 9781933512419
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Page: 240
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Getting into college is a national obsession among high school students and their parents, and it’s only getting worse. Each year, there are more applications and tougher admissions standards at competitive schools. In a tight job market, the stakes are higher than ever. Businesses, books, and programs exist to help students win acceptance to top schools, but why not go to the real source — recent high school graduates who survived the college admissions process. In How to Survive Getting Into College, hundreds of students share their hard-won wisdom, thoughts, strategies, struggles, and even failures. Filled with tips, tricks, humor, and horror stories, as well as practical advice on applications, interviews, and financial aid, the book is a lifeline for high school juniors and seniors.

What Colleges Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You to Know)

What Colleges Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You to Know)

272 Secrets for Getting Your Kid into the Top Schools

  • Author: Elizabeth Wissner-Gross
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101217995
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 336
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A sought-after packager of high school students shares 272 secrets to help parents get their kids into the top schools Targeting the savvy parents of today's college-bound teenagers who seek to gain a proven edge in the college admissions process, this book reveals 272 little-known secrets to help parents get their kids into the school of their dreams. Did you know? -A child's guidance counselor can help reverse a deferral. -A parent can help get a child off a waiting list. -There is a way for students to back out of Early Decision once they've been accepted. Based on the controversial insider information Elizabeth Wissner-Gross has gleaned from working as a highly successful packager of high school students and from interviews with heads of admission at the nation's top colleges, this book empowers parents by decoding the admissions process. From the Trade Paperback edition.

College Admissions Trade Secrets

College Admissions Trade Secrets

A Top Private College Counselor Reveals the Secrets, Lies, and Tricks of the College Admissions Process

  • Author: Andrew Allen
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 9780595198979
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Page: 288
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True or False: Princeton's Director of Admissions hacked into Yale's secured admissions website to find out who Yale had accepted and rejected. Boston College's average SAT score is up to 1370 and Boston University's average SAT score is up to 1320. Carnegie Mellon offers spots on a priority wait-list to students who send in cash and most of these students get admitted. Well, it's all true. An FBI investigation traced Yale's hacked website back to the computer of Princeton's Director of Admissions, Stephen LeMenager. Boston College's average SAT score is the same as Cornell's and close to Penn's (both Ivies). Carnegie Mellon does have a "priority" wait-list-it costs $400 to be on it and the admissions rate is 95%. Welcome to the circus. Dazed and Confused. Students see the college list published by their high school's guidance department listing every acceptance and rejection from the prior year. Next to each entry is a GPA, a SAT score and the number of AP classes taken. The list is usually ordered from highest to lowest GPA. The first entry: 4.19 (unweighted), 1430 SAT, 7 AP classes, Princeton-rejected, Yale-rejected, Harvard-rejected, Stanford-rejected, Columbia-rejected, Vassar-accepted. Ouch. Scan down the list looking for Yale. Did anyone get into Yale last year? Down at the ninth entry: 3.93, 1450 SAT, 6 AP classes, Brown-accepted, Yale-accepted, Georgetown-accepted. Okay, anyone else? Scan down to the twenty-second entry: 3.88, 1560 SAT, 7 AP classes, Yale-accepted, Duke-accepted, William and Mary-rejected. This doesn't make any sense, thinks the student. Many of the students with the best grades didn't get into any top colleges and still others were rejected at colleges ranked lower than the colleges to which they were accepted. Welcome to the world of college admissions. Ever wondered what a private counselor tells an Upper East Side family for $10,000? The secrets are in College Admissions Trade Secrets. College Admissions Trade Secrets is a straight forward guide to: Top 7 Lies Colleges Tell The Real Scoop Behind Acceptance Rates Things That Really Matter When Comparing Colleges How to Write a Great Essay and Prep for a Great Interview Common Mistakes that Result in Rejection Last Minute Tips for Seniors A Scandalous Examination of Harvard's Course Catalogue, Penn's View Book, and NYU's Faculty How Anyone Can Avoid Being in the Pool of Applicants with the Lowest Acceptance Rate

Congressional Record, V. 145, Pt. 21, November 17, 1999 to December 3, 1999

Congressional Record, V. 145, Pt. 21, November 17, 1999 to December 3, 1999

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Government Printing Office
  • ISBN: N.A
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What High Schools Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You toKnow)

What High Schools Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You toKnow)

Create a Long-Term Plan for Your 7th to 10th Grader for Getting into the Top Col leges

  • Author: Elizabeth Wissner-Gross
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101217715
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 320
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From the author of What Colleges Don’t Tell You, a plan to help parents of middle and early high school students prepare their kids for the best colleges In order to succeed in the fiercely competitive college admissions game, you need a game plan—and you have to start young. In this empowering guide, Elizabeth Wissner- Gross, a nationally sought-after college “packager,” helps parents of seventh to tenth graders create a long-term plan that, come senior year, will allow their kids to virtually write their own ticket into their choice of schools. Parents should start by helping their kids identify their academic passions, then design a four-year strategy based on those interests. The book details hundreds of opportunities available to make kids stand out that most high school guidance counselors and teachers simply don’t know about or don’t think to share. This indispensable guide should be required reading for any parent whose child dreams of attending one of the country’s top colleges. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting into a Top College

The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting into a Top College

  • Author: Pria Chatterjee
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 194139373X
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Page: 192
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A top college admissions insider exposes the never-before revealed secrets to getting into one of America’s elite colleges. Your child is smart. Your child is on the honor roll. Your child aced the SAT. But is it enough to get into a top-tier college? In the Dirty Little Secrets of Getting into a Top College, educational consultant Pria Chatterjee simplifies the complicated process of college admissions, providing parents and students with the tools needed to secure a spot at one of America’s most competitive colleges. In the spirit of Kitchen Confidential, Chatterjee gives readers an exclusive look inside the college admissions office—and the mind of a college admissions officer—and exposes just what elite schools look for in a potential student. Through a series of real-world case studies and with a store of deep insider knowledge, Chatterjee will help you navigate the thicket of college admissions and show parents and students what skills and attributes to stress (and what to downplay) when applying to your dream school. • 100% SUCCESS RATE: This is the bullet proof guide to getting into a top college from a consultant with a 100 percent success rate getting her clients into one of America’s best universities. • INSIDER KNOWLEDGE: Last year 35,000 students applied to Harvard. Only 6 percent were accepted. Chatterjee, a Harvard alum who interviews potential Harvard students as a member of the university’s schools committee, explains that you too can be a member of that elite group. But you must stress the right qualifications.

The Homescholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships

The Homescholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships

Homeschool Secrets to Getting Ready, Getting in and Getting Paid

  • Author: Lee Binz
  • Publisher: Homescholar LLC
  • ISBN: 9781482320480
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 255
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There's nothing more stressful to parents than college admission and scholarships. Many parents question whether it's even possible to find a college that is satisfying to both parent and child, a college that will love their student and offer them scholarships to attend. “The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships” puts these concerns soundly to rest. Author Lee Binz shares the principles she followed to help her own students achieve admission and full tuition scholarships to their first-choice universities. Learn the secrets to successfully navigate the college process from start to finish, including selecting a college, negotiating college fairs, earning merit-based scholarships, and marketing your student effectively. Receive gentle encouragement and practical help from Lee Binz, a homeschool coach and mentor who really understands. Relax and enjoy a casual conversation, sprinkled with scripture, humor, valuable tips, and quotes from The Princess Bride! Whether you're looking at college entrance for your first graduate or want to do better with your next child, you will find countless treasures in this book. Who is this book for? Homeschool parents across the spectrum, from classical to eclectic All parents wondering about college admission and scholarships Confident parents wanting more information before crunch time Diligent and dedicated parents guiding their child's college preparation Cowering and confused parents procrastinating away their college worries "For over a decade, Lee Binz has specialized in helping home educating families plan their studies, keep good records, and maintain transcripts suitable for college acceptance. She knows how to navigate this often confusing or frustrating labyrinth better than anyone. It will save time and possibly money while reducing stress and anxiety." ~ Andrew Pudewa, Director at Institute for Excellence in Writing “Lee blends valuable advice with scriptural guidance that will help you and your teen navigate the high school years and ease the transition to college.”~ Paul and Gena Suarez, Founder and Publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine "I strongly recommend this book to all homeschooling parents who think that college might be in their child's future. It not only demystifies the process of preparing for, searching for, applying to, and affording college, it will also put you at ease as you help your child make one of the most important decisions of his young life."~ Dr. Jay Wile, Author of Junior and Senior High Science Courses "I've been a little afraid of the college scene. Lee helped calm my fears, reassured my inner-dad, and walked me through the whole process. Reading this well-written book will do the same for you."~ Todd "The Familyman" Wilson, Familyman Ministries "Lee sums up in a concise and enjoyable way what took me years to learn about getting your homeschooled child into college. I found so much helpful information and truths I wish I had known earlier. This book is an essential guide for the journey to college."~ Jeannie Fulbright, Author of the Apologia “Young Explorer Science” Series "What an incredibly valuable resource Lee Binz has provided to homeschoolers! It has streamlined the "what you need to do," "when you need to do it," and "how to get the most for your time/money," so that anyone can understand the process of finding and paying for a college."~ Diana Waring, International Homeschool Speaker and Author "Whether your child is in Kindergarten or high school, if you think college is going to be a part of his future, you need this book! This book is not to be missed! I wish I had this book years ago. It's a resource you're definitely going to want to include in your homeschool library."~ Heidi Strawser, Homeschool Mosaics Senior Editor

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Into Top Colleges

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Into Top Colleges

  • Author: Ian R. Leslie,Marna Atkin
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101100818
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 320
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Cruise your way to the Ivy League! It's no secret that it's harder to get into college these days. Ivy League and other selective schools have record numbers of applicants, making the competition even steeper. This must-have guide carefully explores the to-do's to gain admission to a top tier school. Students and parents will learn about choosing the right school, what college admissions officers really consider when making their decisions, early decision versus early action, and what being on the waitlist means. *Provides sample essays, recommendation forms, resources and websites *Includes advice from guidance counselors and admission officers of top Colleges *Between now and 2015, there will be more than 3 million high school graduates each year

How to Get Free Money for College!

How to Get Free Money for College!

The Ultimate Guide to Sending Your Kids to the Best, Most Expensive Colleges in America for Pennies on the Dollar!

  • Author: Trevor Ramos
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • ISBN: 9781508769828
  • Category:
  • Page: 216
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This book is the best introduction to getting free money scholarships and grants. It is a "must read" for the parents of college-bound high school students who don't want to blow all their money on college tuition and expenses. Parents of college-bound high school students often ask when the best time is to get free money in the form of scholarships and grants to help pay for college. The answer is simple, but how you get to the answer is not. The best time to get the free money you are seeking to help pay for your students college education is January, February, and March of their senior year. That's the time when the colleges and universities are flush with scholarship and grant money. When the "free money" gets low, or is gone, it naturally becomes increasingly difficult to get any free money. In fact, if you wait too long, the only way to get money for college is through student loans and parent loans. This is an easy (but unbelievably expensive) way to pay for college. Why? It's expensive because you (or your child), could easily pay an additional $50,000 to $100,000+ in interest and finance charges. The not so simple answer to this question often shocks parents: Your best chance of getting the big money actually starts between the 7th and 10th grades. Some parents gasp when they find out. That's because they think that the 11th grade is the appropriate time to start planning for college. In the old days this was probably true. However, today everything has changed. The cost of college is much more than it ever was in the past. In fact, it's such a huge investment to get a college degree ($100,000 to $200,000+), the only thing more expensive in life will be the purchase of a family home in a nice neighborhood, or paying for a catastrophic illness if you have no health insurance. If you have a college-bound high school student, you are in for a big financial surprise. It'll be a big surprise because you and your student are going to have to come up with $20,000 to $60,000 PER YEAR, until your student graduates. If you are lucky and have really good student, this will be 4 consecutive years. For not so lucky parents and students, this could easily drag out to 5-7 years. If you don't have the money to throw at this "cash-eating monster," you are going to have to borrow the money through student loans, second mortgages, or dip into your retirement savings. Or, you can simply tell your student that the only way they are going to college is to get student loans or to go to a cheap community college and start with an AA degree. There are billions of dollars of free money scholarships and grants available to all college-bound high school students. The problem is that most parents are too busy living their lives, raising their families, and earning a living to take the time and expertise to find out where all this money is and how to get it. This is where this book can help you. If you are sincerely interested in sending your kids to the top colleges in America for pennies on the dollar, please read this book right away and be prepared to learn ways you can get free money scholarships and grants to cover the costs, and which colleges and universities are most likely to give your student money to attend their school.

The College Solution

The College Solution

A Guide for Everyone Looking for the Right School at the Right Price

  • Author: Lynn O'Shaughnessy
  • Publisher: FT Press
  • ISBN: 0132703327
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 256
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“The College Solution helps readers look beyond over-hyped admission rankings to discover schools that offer a quality education at affordable prices. Taking the guesswork out of saving and finding money for college, this is a practical and insightful must-have guide for every parent!” —Jaye J. Fenderson, Seventeen’s College Columnist and Author, Seventeen’s Guide to Getting into College “This book is a must read in an era of rising tuition and falling admission rates. O’Shaughnessy offers good advice with blessed clarity and brevity.” —Jay Mathews, Washington Post Education Writer and Columnist “I would recommend any parent of a college-bound student read The College Solution.” —Kal Chany, Author, The Princeton Review’s Paying for College Without Going Broke “The College Solution goes beyond other guidebooks in providing an abundance of information about how to afford college, in addition to how to approach the selection process by putting the student first.” —Martha “Marty” O’Connell, Executive Director, Colleges That Change Lives “Lynn O’Shaughnessy always focuses on what’s in the consumer’s best interest, telling families how to save money and avoid making costly mistakes.” —Mark Kantrowitz, Publisher, FinAid.org and Author, FastWeb College Gold “An antidote to the hype and hysteria about getting in and paying for college! O’Shaughnessy has produced an excellent overview that demystifies the college planning process for students and families.” —Barmak Nassirian, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers For millions of families, the college planning experience has become extremely stressful. And, unless your child is an elite student in the academic top 1%, most books on the subject won’t help you. Now, however, there’s a college guide for everyone. In The College Solution, top personal finance journalist Lynn O’Shaughnessy presents an easy-to-use roadmap to finding the right college program (not just the most hyped) and dramatically reducing the cost of college, too. Forget the rankings! Discover what really matters: the quality and value of the programs your child wants and deserves. O’Shaughnessy uncovers “industry secrets” on how colleges actually parcel out financial aid—and how even “average” students can maximize their share. Learn how to send your kids to expensive private schools for virtually the cost of an in-state public college...and how promising students can pay significantly less than the “sticker price” even at the best state universities. No other book offers this much practical guidance on choosing a college...and no other book will save you as much money! • Secrets your school’s guidance counselor doesn’t know yet The surprising ways colleges have changed how they do business • Get every dime of financial aid that’s out there for you Be a “fly on the wall” inside the college financial aid office • U.S. News & World Report: clueless about your child Beyond one-size-fits-all rankings: finding the right program for your teenager • The best bargains in higher education Overlooked academic choices that just might be perfect for you

Acceptance

Acceptance

A Novel

  • Author: Susan Coll
  • Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
  • ISBN: 1429933585
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 304
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A comic chronicle of a year in the life in the college admissions cycle. It's spring break of junior year and the college admissions hysteria is setting in. "AP" Harry (so named for the unprecedented number of advanced placement courses he has taken) and his mother take a detour from his first choice, Harvard, to visit Yates, a liberal arts school in the Northeast that is enjoying a surge in popularity as a result of a statistical error that landed it on the top-fifty list of the U.S. News & World Report rankings. There, on Yates's dilapidated grounds, Harry runs into two of his classmates from Verona High, an elite public school in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. There's Maya Kaluantharana, a gifted athlete whose mediocre SAT scores so alarm her family that they declare her learning disabled, and Taylor Rockefeller, Harry's brooding neighbor, who just wants a good look at the dormitory bathrooms. With the human spirit of Tom Perrotta and the engaging honesty of Curtis Sittenfeld's Prep, Susan Coll reveals the frantic world of college admissions, where kids recalibrate their GPAs based on daily quizzes, families relocate to enhance the chance for Ivy League slots, and everyone is looking for the formula for admittance. Meanwhile, Yates admissions officer Olivia Sheraton sifts through applications looking for something-anything-to distinguish one applicant from the next. For all, the price of admission requires compromise; for a few, the ordeal blossoms into an unexpected journey of discovery.

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Just What the Doctor Ordered

The Insider’s Guide to Getting into Medical School in Canada

  • Author: Christine Fader
  • Publisher: Brush Education
  • ISBN: 1550597701
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Page: 208
  • View: 1317
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Take the inside track to medical school with expert advice from a specialist. Getting into medical school in Canada isn’t easy—you need to stand out among a field of highly motivated and accomplished applicants. In fact, most applicants aren’t successful the first time they apply. Christine Fader was an application reviewer and interviewer at a Canadian medical school for eight years and has worked as a career counsellor at Queen’s University and in private practice for 20 years. After helping thousands of students through the medical-school application and interview process, she has a wealth of insight about what helps to elevate an applicant’s chances and what doesn’t. In Just What the Doctor Ordered, she shares her secrets, including: - Starting to prepare for future medical school applications while still in high school can set you up for success—and needn’t be stressful. - Good grades aren’t enough! Learn what experience you need—and how to describe it—to gain an edge. - Take a smart approach to the MCAT and CASPer by knowing the keys to preparation. - Make your application shine with examples and tips on the essay and short-answer sections. - Ace your interview with strategies to help you prepare for the types of questions interviewers ask. Learn from stories about other applicants, just like you! Whether you’re a high school student laying the groundwork for a career in medicine or a university student working on med school applications now, Christine shows you how to maximize your chances of getting accepted to a Canadian medical school. Includes help for parents, too!

Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation - E-Book

Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation - E-Book

  • Author: David J. Magee,James E. Zachazewski,William S. Quillen,Robert C. Manske
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • ISBN: 1437715729
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 824
  • View: 4276
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Part of David J. Magee's Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Series, Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation provides expert insight and clear rehabilitation guidelines to help you manage injuries and special medical needs unique to athletic clients. Contributions from leading physical therapists, athletic trainers, and orthopedic surgeons give you a comprehensive, clinically relevant understanding of common sports-related injuries and help you ensure the most effective therapeutic outcomes. Addresses a broad range of sports-related injuries and conditions Reinforces key concepts with highlighted content and hundreds of detailed illustrations Summarizes essential information for fast, easy reference in class or in clinical settings

The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2009

The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2009

Billions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants and Prizes

  • Author: Gen Tanabe,Kelly Tanabe
  • Publisher: Supercollege, Llc
  • ISBN: 9781932662276
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Page: 640
  • View: 3268
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Information on thousands of scholarships, grants, and prizes is easily accessible in this comprehensive directory that features awards indexed by career goal, major, academics, public service, talent, athletics, religion, ethnicity, and more. Each listing contains detailed information so students and parents have everything they need to apply, including eligibility requirements, how to obtain an application, how to get more information about each award, sponsor website listings, award amounts, and key deadlines. With awards for high school, college, graduate, and adult students, this guide also includes tips on how to conduct the most effective scholarship search, how to write a winning scholarship application, and how to avoid scholarship scams.

The book of secrets

The book of secrets

  • Author: Marion Buhagiar
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780887231506
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 394
  • View: 2367
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Lovejoy's College Guide

Lovejoy's College Guide

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Universities and colleges
  • Page: N.A
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A complete reference book to ... American colleges and universities for use by students, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors.

The Secret Guide to Computers, 2003

The Secret Guide to Computers, 2003

The Top-Rated Computer Tutorial

  • Author: Russ Walter
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780939151288
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 639
  • View: 9597
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This tutorial covers all major computer topics: buying hardware & software, discount dealers, how to use operating systems (MS-DOS, Windows up through XP, Mac, Linux, and Palm), the Internet, how to use application software (MS Office, WordPerfect Office, their competitors, and alternatives), how to fix your computer (maintenance, repairs, and viruses), how to program (in HTML, QBasic, Visual Basic, C, C++, Java, assembler, and alternatives), and management resources (computer history, careers, vendor phone book, and jargon dictionary). The reader is given the author's home phone number, for free help, day & night, 24 hours. This book is rated #1 by journalists, colleges, computer clubs, and libraries worldwide, because it's the only easy, fun, fast way to become a total computer expert.

Keys to High School Success

Keys to High School Success

Get Your Homeschool High School Started Right

  • Author: Lee Binz
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • ISBN: 9781508975717
  • Category:
  • Page: 102
  • View: 1940
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Rock Solid Advice for Homeschooling High School "Succeed in High School Beyond Your Wildest Dreams!" Many parents sail through homeschooling in the early years, but when faced with the prospect of homeschooling high school, they get ready to bail, for all the wrong reasons! If you're concerned about homeschooling high school, "Keys to High School Success" will start you on the right path, and encourage you to keep going. Here's What You'll Learn: how to structure your homeschool, how to choose curriculum and keep records, how to prepare for college, MOST important, you'll learn to know your child and trust yourself. Taught from a Christian perspective, "Keys to High School Success" will help you say "Yes!" to homeschooling high school! Here's Why You Need This Book: "Keys to High School Success" will give you confidence that you are homeschooling high school for all the right reasons. Whether you're teaching a gifted student or a struggling learner, you will find the guidance you need to help your children succeed. "Keys to High School Success," is part of The HomeScholar's Coffee Break Books series. Designed especially for parents who don't want to spend hours reading a 400-page book on homeschooling high school, this series combines Lee's practical and friendly approach with detailed, but easy-to-digest information, perfect to read over a cup of coffee at your favorite coffee shop! Never overwhelming, always accessible and manageable, each book in the series will give parents the tools they need to tackle the tasks of homeschooling high school, one warm sip at a time. Who is Lee Binz and Why Should You Listen to Her? Lee Binz, The HomeScholar, understands what it takes to graduate homeschool students who are fully prepared for college and for life. Lee's practical advice and organized presentations have helped thousands of homeschool parents muster the courage to complete their homeschooling journey. She is both reassuring and empowering, and will give you the knowledge you need to successfully graduate your high school student, and have confidence that they are ready to take on the world. A firm believer that homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment, and that parents are capable of providing a superior education for their children, Lee's mission is to encourage and equip parents to homeschool through high school.