From the Author
I wrote College is Yours in 600 Words or Less for three reasons: 1. Every student deserves good, affordable college counseling. My private clients ask the same basic questions about grades, SATs, and college applications. This information is important, but it was hard to feel good about charging a premium price for essential information. I wrote College is Yours to make that information available to everyone--and for readers who need more, there's an e-mail address where they can ask questions about their individual interests for free.
2. The time to fear applying to college is over. Most coverage of applying to college is about THE right college, and its residual effect has left students and families terrified. College is Yours was written to remind students and families the college selection process is about finding a college that's right for them, rather than trying to become someone who is worthy of getting into the "right" college as defined by someone else.
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From the Back Cover
From test prep to community service to college essays, the trip to choosing a college can be a rough one. College mail, college rankings and college prep classes can make your world a pretty noisy place. And then there's Uncle Bob, who wants to know if you've picked a career yet--and you're still in high school.
You deserve a better plan.
College is Yours in 600 Words or Less doesn't start out there in the noise--it starts inside of you, with your thoughts, your skills and your way of looking at the world. You get 31 chapters of solid advice--the ground rules that inform you challenge you, and help you see what's possible--with every chapter coming in at 600 words or less. If you need some help along the way, there's a counselor waiting as you cruise the book; the online advice is solid, focused on you, and free.
If you think there's a smoother road to your future, hop in for a ride with an award-winning college guide who works at a school where students and teachers work together to make tomorrows that make awesome look puny.
College is yours!