THE PRINCETON REVIEW KNOWS COLLEGES—AND COLLEGEWISE KNOWS HOW TO GET IN.
For over twenty years, we at The Princeton Review have published our Best Colleges guides with one goal in mind—helping high school students answer the question: What is the best college for me?
Now, we’ve partnered with the admissions experts at Collegewise to bring you a fresh approach to finding yourbest fitschool and putting your best foot forward on your applications! Collegewise helps students finish college applications without stress, get accepted to schools they’re excited to attend, and receive generous financial aid and scholarships.
Inside, you’ll learn: · How to move beyond the question “What is the best college?” to “What is the best college for me?” · Strategies for completing applications, writing essays, and handling college interviews · Tips for maintaining sanity and perspective during the college application process
In If the U Fits, Kevin McMullin, Founder and President of Collegewise, and Robert Franek, Publisher and Lead Author of The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guides, share their expertise to help you navigate your college search and admissions process, and even have fun along the way.
The experts at The Princeton Review have been helping students, parents, and educators achieve the best results at every stage of the education process since 1981. In addition to helping millions succeed on standardized tests, The Princeton Review provides expert… More about Princeton Review
“If the U Fits: Expert Advice on Finding the Right College and Getting Accepted is all about helping students know all about financial aid, waitlisting processes, rejection and acceptance benefits, and more and teaches the basics of finding the right college and handling the admission process. Chapters offer advice pairing statistics and social concerns with kid-to-kid and parent-to-parent tips on how best to manage the process, creating a user-friendly guide packed with tips on how to get the most out of a college environment. No high school collection or college-bound senior should be without this.” – Midwest Book Review, June 2014