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- McGraw-Hill Education 2003; US$ 21.00
The ultimate insider's guide to getting into the nation's most competitive colleges Written by a former senior admissions officer at Harvard University, this book provides keen insights into what it takes to get into America's top schools. With the help of case studies of successful Harvard applicants, Charles Hughes II defines the goals and mission... more...
- SuperCollege, LLC 2009; US$ 11.95
Likening the search for the perfect college to the search for the perfect mate—both are confusing, stressful, and important—this guide full of real-world examples and advice from students and college admissions deans, makes the admissions process clear to both students and their parents. Offering answers to the applicant's common questions— What... more...
- VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2010; US$ 18.25
Im Zentrum dieser Arbeit steht die Frage, ob bildungspolitische Institutionen das Ausmaß an sozialer Bildungsungleichheit in den deutschen Bundesländern determinieren. In einem ersten Analyseschritt zeigt sich, dass sich die Bundesländer sowohl im Ausmaß der sozialen Ungleichheit im Zugang zum Gymnasium als auch im Grad der sozialen Ungleichheit im... more...
- Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 16.99
When It Comes to College Admissions, Dare to Be Yourself Applying to college isn't just about your GPA, test scores, or how many activities you've done. It's about finding colleges that fit you as a student and a person. And the secret is: that's what the colleges want as well. adMISSIONPOSSIBLE is not your ordinary admission guide-this... more...
- SuperCollege, LLC 2012; US$ 15.99
High school students who get average grades and don't ace the SAT or ACT discover that an exceptional college education is by no means beyond their reach with this guide. Along with information on what to look for in a college and what colleges look for in their students besides grades, this college reference provides details on more than 175 colleges... more...
- Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 13.99
THE BEST PRACTICE PLUS COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIES FOR HIGHER SCORES ON THE PSAT / NMSQT The PSAT/NMSQT is your first shot to get noticed by major colleges and universities and qualify for scholarships and awards. Dr. Gary Gruber, whose exclusive Gruber Method has raised millions of SAT and ACT test scores, now offers critical thinking strategies... more...
- CODESRIA 2007; US$ 31.35
This volume highlights the proceedings of the two policy dialogue conferences held by the Working Group on Finance and Education (WGFE) in 2004. Part I of the document discusses the endemic crisis that higher educationhas been beset with since the outset of the post colonial period in Africa. It highlights the critical state of higher education systems... more...
- SensePublishers 2013; US$ 38.01
The purpose of this volume is to help jump-start an urgently needed conversation about fairness and justice in access to higher education to counteract the ubiquitous mantras of neoliberal globalization and managerialism. The book seeks to carve out a strong moral and normative basis for opposing mainstream developments that engender increasing inequality... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2004; US$ 37.99
Leveling the Playing Field examines the admissions policies of contemporary American colleges and universities in light of the assumption that enhancing the educational opportunities of lower-income and minority students would make American society more just. The book evaluates controversies about such issues as the nature of merit, the missions of... more...