Posts Tagged ‘colleges and universities’

Guides to colleges tend to convey either statistical reportage derived from the college itself or anecdotal subjectivity provided by the school’s students and other constituencies.

The Barron’s Guides lean strongly in the first of these two directions. (more…)

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The Princeton Review Best 357 Colleges is a fun read.

Whether it’s an accurate selection of the 357 best or a clear portrayal of what the chosen few have to offer is another matter. It’s impossible to tell, though the valuable commentary you get in the Princeton Review is a good supplement to factual date you can get from the schools in question and from other sources. (more…)

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