I just wish I read a book in 2004 and had the information.
This book can really help you think differently, and more realistically, about one of the most expensive items you are likely to ever buy.
The book is written for parents, but I highly recommend it for students thinking about going to college.
This ebook provided objective, knowledgeable advice on saving cash throughout college. One area that I wish it covered more in depth is the cost of food, even when splitting... Read morePublished 7 days ago by DragonPyro
Zac Bissonette takes aim at the titanic world of college and the powerful financial characters that you think hold the keys to your child's future. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Aaron Lutz
I've borrowed this book from my local library & it has definitely helped to positively shape my financial & academic choices. There are many valid points throughout the text. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Charles C. Michael IV
A must read for all those whose egos need an adjustment. An elite college at literally "any cost" is yesterday's news. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ali
Written with a good amount of humor, I found the book to contain great advice about student loans, selecting a college, and how to best pay for an education. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edgar Struble
Wish I would have had this my first time through college. Didn't do as much for me for Grad School but great suggestions especially the one about investing in a home at a school... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jackster
Great advice on college. I don't agree with this guy's views on class attendance, though - read it critically, if you get it.Published 4 months ago by Guy Free
I wish I had read this book before I applied for college! Zac Bissonnette takes a confusing topic - college admissions + financial aid - and breaks it down chapter-by-chapter so... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andy Chen
This book is very informative and dispels numerous myths that often times saddle students and parents with massive student loan debt. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris