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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: FT Press
|Publication Date: 2012|
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This bestseller has been completely updated to provide you with the answers that you need to find wonderful colleges and universities at more affordable prices. The second edition of The College Solution, which contains approximately 90% new material, is aimed at helping parents and teenagers become empowered consumers as they navigate through the college process. Billions of dollars are available to pay for college, but not everybody gets their share. It's not always the families with the brightest students or the parents who are struggling financially who receive the most money. The College Solution shares the secrets of how you can capture some of this money for your own family. The book provides advice on such topics as financial aid, merit scholarships, athletic scholarships, admission hooks, the important differences between colleges and universities, college rankings, the best student loans and the latest online tools to evaluate the generosity of schools. OShaughnessy presents an easy-to-use, proven road map for getting past the ratings, and finding the right schools at the right price. No other book offers this much practical guidance on choosing and paying for college now and no other book will save you as much money!
Lynn OShaughnessy is a nationally recognized higher-ed author, journalist, and speaker. She writes frequently about college issues for CBS MoneyWatch and for her own popular college blog at TheCollegeSolution.com.
Lynn has written or been interviewed about college for such media outlets as Money Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Fox Business News, Huffington Post, Parade Magazine, CBS This Morning, USA Today, and US News & World Report. She is the consulting director of college planning, K-12, at the University of California, San Diego Extension. She also is a frequent speaker on how families can find and afford great schools. Lynns daughter is a recent college graduate and her son is a college sophomore. Lynn is a graduate of the University of Missouris School of Journalism.
"The College Solution provides a roadmap for students and parents trying to figure out the complex path to college. At every step along the process, Lynn OShaughnessy provides the necessary information families need to know about admissions and financial aid in an easy-to-digest format. Students and parents are inundated with information about college these days and this is a great book to help you figure out what really matters."
Jeffrey J. Selingo, vice president and editorial director, The Chronicle of Higher Education
"Chock-full of information about college entrance and affordability, OShaughnessys second edition of The College Solution is sure to raise your admission and financial aid IQ."
Seth Allen, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Pomona College
"The College Solution is an easy-to-read conversational guide to paying for college. Lynn OShaughnessy is a champion for consumers and will help you pick the college that is the best fit for you and your wallet."
Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of Fastweb.com and FinAid.com and the author of The Secrets to Winning a Scholarship
"Even though Ive been labeled a college admissions expert, this is a book that I wish I had read when my son was still in high school. Jam-packed with information about testing, college essays, interviews, financial aid, and much, much more, this highly readable guide will help parents and their children through an often confusing process."
Robert Schaeffer, a founder of The National Center for Fair & Open Testing (FairTest)