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With underemployment amongst recent college graduates hovering around 46 percent, student debt reaching an all-time high, and tuition prices rising faster than the rate of inflation, the importance of proper college planning is evident now more than ever. In Understanding College: A Student’s Guide to Planning a Successful Undergraduate Experience, current New College of Florida student Ian Eberle teaches both prospective and current college students how to navigate the college system in order to avoid headache, underemployment, and regret. Filled with personal stories and first-hand advice, this book is a must-read for any student considering going to college. The fact that this book is written by a current college student allows it to fill a void. Many “college success” and “college admissions” books are written by college admissions representatives, college administrators, professors, and parents, and while these individuals may have good advice, their books lack personal accounts and up-to-date advice from the perspective of a student actively going through the system. Understanding College is the best book for students looking to receive unbiased, unfiltered advice from a student’s perspective. Topics include: Learning how to choose the right major Learning how to choose the right college Understanding various housing options Planning for standardized tests Producing a stellar college application Applying for and maximizing financial aid Understanding grants, scholarships, student loans, and other financial aid Utilizing summer employment, part-time work, and internships Finalizing a college decision

Detalhes do Produto

    • Edição:  1
    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001111011853
    • ISBN:  9780997474916

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