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Party or Sober: How Does Your School Rank?

The reputations of many colleges and universities are often well-known before first-year students set foot on campus. Some schools are rigidly structured while others take a laissez-faire approach to academics.

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Latest Edition: Paying For College Without Going Broke

Tweet Fortunately, families that are looking to contain these costs can do so by filling out a Free Application For Student Aid Report, the first step for receiving financial relief.

Book Reviews

The Princeton Review Publishes its First-Ever Best Professors Guide

Tweet Teams up with RateMyProfessors.com to offer a unique book. The company, which is not related to Princeton University, but does own the Penn Foster Education Group, has recently published

Book Reviews

Updated: Paying for College Without Going Broke

Tweet Kalman A. Chany’s latest edition is now available. Here in North Carolina, state college students are facing some of the largest increases ever seen as restricted budgets force legislators

College Training Personal Advice

College Jobs That Work For You

Tweet By Sarah Harris You thought you could go to college on scholarships and student loans, freeing yourself up to focus exclusively on your studies. But between the rising cost

Book Reviews

Book Review: Guide To College Majors

Tweet When I was in college, there were students who knew what they wanted to do with their lives and were ready to matriculate the first chance that they were

Study Tips

Redundancies Are Just Plain Repetitive!

Tweet Redundancies are sometimes part of our casual speech, terms which are incorrectly repeated in a sentence. While in college I remember hearing people use “revert back” in their sentences,

College Budgeting Education Tips

7 Tips For Winning The College Costs Battle

Tweet The following information was sourced from Paying for College Without Going Broke: 2010 Edition by Kalman A. Chany (Random House / Princeton Review Books). Just the other day I

Book Reviews

Book Review: Paying For College Without Going Broke

Tweet 2010 Edition of Popular Reference Book Is Out Recently, I reported that there are now 58 universities charging at least $50,000 annually to students or if the $40,000 threshold

Book Reviews

Book Review: Grammar Smart

Tweet We’ve been reviewing several titles lately from The Princeton Review, a company which offers college bound high school students admission testing resources as well as equipping graduate school destined

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Best 371 Colleges

Tweet I recently got a hold of  a copy of “The Best 371 Colleges” a publication from The Princeton Review. This academic-oriented company helps students prepare for college entrance tests,

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Book Review: ACT or SAT? Choosing the Right Exam for You

Tweet I recently previewed a copy of one of The Princeton Review’s newest books, “ACT or SAT: Choosing the Right Exam for You” and I liked what I read. When