Everybody Else's Guide to Going to College for Free

Author: Deshannee' Johnice

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Page: 88

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A complete guide to colleges offering free tuition, full-tuition scholarships and other financial programs to cover students' tuition, room and board, books, fees and more.Everybody Else's Guide to Going to College for Free is THE student financial aid guide for students and families who are uncertain about how they will cover college expenses. It's the only guide for the current state of our economy.

Everybody Else's Guide to Getting Into College

Even If You're a Procrastinator With Just Okay Grades, No Real Hobbies, Test Scores That Suck, and Your Folks Are Broke

Author: Deshannee' D. Johnice

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 208

View: 337

College is not out of reach (even if you have "just okay" grades, no clubs, no sports, no volunteer work and not a single AP class on your transcript).With Everybody Else's Guide as your navigator, you can still go to college no matter how late you've waited.Everybody Else's Guide is filled with step-by-step plans, activities and resources that you can use to make yourself attractive to colleges, win admission to the college of your choice, secure financial aid, and ultimately enjoy college life.What this book can do for you:* Explain what colleges want * Tell you which colleges will DEFINITELY accept you, no matter what your GPA is * Show you quick, easy ways to get your college application in shape * SAT or ACT? Explain which test is best for you! * Tell you how you can avoid tests altogether (and still get into good schools) * Show you 23 ways to choose the best college for you * Teach you 16 ways to improve your chances of getting in * Provide you 12 sure-fire ways of paying for college

Guide to the Best Colleges in the U. S., 2001

The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Getting Into a College

Author: Kaplan, Inc

Publisher:

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Category: Study Aids

Page: 671

View: 841

Discusses more than four hundred United States colleges and universities, offering tools for students to evaluate themselves and their needs in terms of each institution, and providing advice on proper essay writing and interviewing techniques.

The NATS Bulletin

Author: National Association of Teachers of Singing (U.S.)

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Category: Singing

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The Portfolio

An Artistic Periodical

Author: Philip Gilbert Hamerton

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Category: Art

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View: 589

"Monthly art periodical covering issues of the day. Photographic related articles were Autotype article and 'Some New Methods of Printing' by G. Warton Simpson which details the Autotype Co. purchasing the rights to the Gemosser (Rye) patent. The exquisite example of the Gemosser patent in this volume shows how each of the primary German inventors worked out very viable approaches. The other prints by the Woodbury method and by carbon printing are stunning examples also. Most of the images are from art andhave been carefully toned to math the look of the originals, the Blake and Michaelangelo being fine examples." -- Hanson collection catalog, p. 39-40.

Pathways to Success

First Steps for Becoming a Christian in Action

Author: Martin Mawyer

Publisher: New Leaf Press

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Category: Christian life

Page: 176

View: 844

Outlines the path to living a victorious Christian life and methods for holding onto dreams God places in our hearts. Mawyer describes his own periods of indecision and frustration that preceded new understanding into the ways of God.

TV Guide

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Category: Television broadcasting

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The Composition of Everyday Life

A Guide to Writing

Author: John Mauk

Publisher: Heinle

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Category: Education

Page: 773

View: 767

Showing students that the act of writing is connected to everyday living, THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE makes invention the primary component of your writing course and helps students re-discover concepts, uncover meaning, and re-think the world around them.

Writing Without Bullshit

Boost Your Career by Saying What You Mean

Author: Josh Bernoff

Publisher: HarperCollins

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 102

Joining the ranks of classics like The Elements of Style and On Writing Well, Writing Without Bullshit helps professionals get to the point to get ahead. It’s time for Writing Without Bullshit. Writing Without Bullshit is the first comprehensive guide to writing for today’s world: a noisy environment where everyone reads what you write on a screen. The average news story now gets only 36 seconds of attention. Unless you change how you write, your emails, reports, and Web copy don’t stand a chance. In this practical and witty book, you’ll learn to front-load your writing with pithy titles, subject lines, and opening sentences. You’ll acquire the courage and skill to purge weak and meaningless jargon, wimpy passive voice, and cowardly weasel words. And you’ll get used to writing directly to the reader to make every word count. At the center of it all is the Iron Imperative: treat the reader’s time as more valuable than your own. Embrace that, and your customers, your boss, and your colleagues will recognize the power and boldness of your thinking. Transcend the fear that makes your writing weak. Plan and execute writing projects with confidence. Manage edits and reviews flawlessly. And master every modern format from emails and social media to reports and press releases. Stop writing to fit in. Start writing to stand out. Boost your career by writing without bullshit.

Present and Future in Higher Education

Contributions

Author: Edinburgh. University. Faculty of Social Sciences. Seminars Committee

Publisher: [London] : Tavistock Publications [distributed in the USA by Harper & Row Publishers, Barnes & Noble Import Division

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Category: Education, Higher

Page: 192

View: 777

Ambitious Men

Their Drives, Dreams, and Delusions

Author: Srully Blotnick

Publisher: Viking Adult

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Category: Ambition

Page: 338

View: 285

The definitive statement on male ambition in the 80s: who succeeds, who fails--and why--from the nation's foremost authority on business careers.