Publication Date: May 3, 2022
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A revision of our popular, user-friendly Q&A guide to the ins and outs of college admission, by the premier expert on the subject, The Princeton Review’s own Rob Franek. Updated for new admissions landscape in the wake of COVID-19-wrought changes.
Students in recent graduating classes have faced faster and bigger changes in college admissions than any before. Now that the landscape wrought by the earliest wave of COVID-19 changes has begun to settle into its long-term form, The Princeton Review is back to update its popular student Q&A guide with the newest, most relevant, and most useful advice.
College Admission 101, 3rd Edition brings the best of Rob’s wisdom together in one place, with straightforward answers to 60+ of the questions he hears most often. From standards like:
· Should I take the ACT or SAT?
· How many schools should I apply to?
· How does the financial aid process work?
· What’s more important: GPA or test scores?
…to questions that are newly relevant to today’s landscape:
How should I think about test-optionality?
How do I optimize my application given the new added emphasis on student stories over test scores?
What new criteria should I apply when evaluating financial aid letters, given legislative changes?
…Rob brings his signature humor and clarity to these tough questions about the admissions process, figuring out financial aid, and getting into the university of your choice!
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