New Books Offer College Prep Advice
Did you know that this week is national Teen Read Week? To celebrate, My College Guide is bringing you a list of several new books released this fall that offer advice to help you choose a college, pay for college and apply to college.
Princeton Review’s Paying for College Without Going Broke, 2014 Edition: This book comes out October 29 and will help you calculate your financial aid eligibility and plan ahead to improve your chances of receiving financial aid.
500 ACT Math Questions to Know by Test Day and 500 SAT Math Questions to Know by Test Day: If you’re planning to take the ACT or SAT, you can get tips on studying and preparing for the exams and see practice questions..
College Without Student Loans: Wondering how you’re going to pay for college? Check out this new book with tips for students and parents to leverage your financial resources, learn the ropes of the financial aid process and discover techniques to apply to your situation.
The Art of the Personal Statement: Get tips to brainstorm, write and edit your college application essays, plus see 18 sample essays from successful applicants.
The Bound-for-College Guidebook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding and Applying to Colleges: This ebook provides answers to frequently asked questions about the admission process and transitioning from high school to college. It also includes personal exercises to help you explore your options and make important decisions.
The Renaissance Soul: How to Make Your Passions Your Life: Undecided about your college major? Career and life coach Margaret Lobenstine understands that many people have more than one area they’re interested in and passionate about. This book offers creative exercises, advice and more to help you turn your passions into a career.