The book was informative and written in a style that was easy too read.
Asher's book supports the idea that there are some "good fit" colleges out there for every student's interests, passions, and talents.
Personally, I think it is not worth purchasing but is worth a look (your eyes can take it for at least a few minutes).
If your teen is not interested in reading this, it's great for parents to get an understanding of how (Ivy League) colleges market themselves and how rankings cannot be the all... Read morePublished 2 months ago by PowerfulGoddess
I bought this book for a class on college admission. I bought the Kindle edition, because I needed it asap. The Kindle edition is horrible. The formatting is too hard to read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elizabeth
There is a little good content here, but boy is it hard to wade through. Most pages in the book are just listings of schools with addresses or fluffy filler written by other... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MountainBob
The book was informative and written in a style that was easy too read. But, none of these colleges could meet any budget requirements.Published 8 months ago by PHill
A classic read for students looking for a college with a difference.Published 10 months ago by LINDA KIRSCH
Informative, very well organized, and fun to read for both parents and kids. A great introduction for college searching because it makes it less overwhelming.Published 13 months ago by Pascale Smith
Well written, information presented in an easy to read and find format. Good information for the not average student, looking for something differentPublished 13 months ago by roberta lange
At the end of the day, the overall information provided was minimal compared to similar (and dissimilar) books on the market.
Is there some good information? -- yes. Read more
Very Good, interesting and insightful author. Gave me a lot of valuable information that will be useful helping a neice and nephew into Graduate School! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Susan Mozaffari