Get Into the College of Your Dreams!
Destined to be the “bible” of the college admissions process, Get Into College helps students prepare for - and succeed in - the college admissions process by letting them learn about what worked (and what didn’t!) from HUNDREDS of other students who recently went through the same process – and succeeded.
Get Into College contains:
• More than 1,000 real-world tips from students (and some parents) at more than 100 colleges across the country – about every aspect of the college application and admissions process.
• Wide-ranging advice from college consultants;
• ‘Insider’ knowledge from admissions officers at Harvard, Penn, Michigan, and other leading colleges;
• An inside look from our special editors and former Ivy League admissions officers, Rachel Korn and Jennifer Yewtin Kabat, at how admissions officers evaluate applicants; and
• An 80-page step-by-step guide to writing a great admissions essay.
If you are one of the more than two million U.S. high school students applying to college this year, you probably have lots of questions. And we’ve got answers-hundreds of them!
Get Into College offers great advice on these topics and more:
- Getting organized and starting the process early
- Making your application stand out
- Finding money to pay for your education
- Writing the perfect essay
- How to survive the interview process
- Special tactics for athletes and artists
Each chapter offers “Headlines: Best Advice and Top Tips” for quick and easy topic reference. The book also contains useful facts and statistics, a listing of helpful websites, and uses icons to point out cool things to consider or especially useful information.
With Get Into College, students have a truly practical guide filled with honest advice dosed with humor from their peers, and parents have a new source of practical, insider information. “College might be called the best four years of your life, but you have to get there first,” says Special Editor Rachl Korn. Now, with Get Into College, high school students just got hundreds of steps closer.