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The 2014 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges guidebook offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching all the options and choosing the best colleges for them. Find out how what strategies you should think about now to increase your chances for getting a job later and how to come up with the funds you’ll need to pay for college. Yo The 2014 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges guidebook offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching all the options and choosing the best colleges for them. Find out how what strategies you should think about now to increase your chances for getting a job later and how to come up with the funds you’ll need to pay for college. You’ll also get our new exclusive college rankings of various types of colleges. Discover the country's best universities, liberal arts colleges, regional colleges and universities, historically black colleges and universities, and undergraduate engineering programs and business programs. Plus: A+ schools for B students How online learning might affect you How 8 high school seniors made it in Hot new majors Take a road trip to colleges in Los Angeles, Wisconsin & Virginia A what to-do list and when State-by-state directory profiling nearly 1,600 schools


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The 2014 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges guidebook offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching all the options and choosing the best colleges for them. Find out how what strategies you should think about now to increase your chances for getting a job later and how to come up with the funds you’ll need to pay for college. Yo The 2014 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges guidebook offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching all the options and choosing the best colleges for them. Find out how what strategies you should think about now to increase your chances for getting a job later and how to come up with the funds you’ll need to pay for college. You’ll also get our new exclusive college rankings of various types of colleges. Discover the country's best universities, liberal arts colleges, regional colleges and universities, historically black colleges and universities, and undergraduate engineering programs and business programs. Plus: A+ schools for B students How online learning might affect you How 8 high school seniors made it in Hot new majors Take a road trip to colleges in Los Angeles, Wisconsin & Virginia A what to-do list and when State-by-state directory profiling nearly 1,600 schools

53 review for Best Colleges 2014

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne Marsh

    Since my daughter is a high school sophomore, we've started the whole "Let's search for the perfect college!" thing with a vengeance. While I wouldn't recommend using BEST COLLEGES 2014 as your sole research, it's a decent companion to some of the other college books out there and does a particularly nice job of organizing different sets of schools. Living in California, for example, it was helpful to see regional schools for our area and we were particularly interested in how various public uni Since my daughter is a high school sophomore, we've started the whole "Let's search for the perfect college!" thing with a vengeance. While I wouldn't recommend using BEST COLLEGES 2014 as your sole research, it's a decent companion to some of the other college books out there and does a particularly nice job of organizing different sets of schools. Living in California, for example, it was helpful to see regional schools for our area and we were particularly interested in how various public universities stacked up. There will always be considerable debate when ranking schools in numerical order (and I certainly wouldn't obsess over whether a school was 1st, 10th or 15th on these kinds of lists), but it does give you a group of highly regarded schools, which I believe is important. The book really reads like an extremely extensive magazine (not so shocking, considering it is put out by U.S. News & World Report) and also contains a number of shorter, introductory articles on useful topics like finding the right campus, the right college experience for your student, picking a major that is more likely to lead to gainful employment after graduation, etc.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    First of all, let me say that I received this book as a Goodreads First-reads giveaway. That being said, this book could not have come at a better time as I am starting the college search with my daughter. When you go visit a school they will not be shy about their ranking if they are ranked in this book. That just shows the influence that U.S. News & World Report has obtained over the college admission process and why this book is so important to have. The rankings are very helpful but the best First of all, let me say that I received this book as a Goodreads First-reads giveaway. That being said, this book could not have come at a better time as I am starting the college search with my daughter. When you go visit a school they will not be shy about their ranking if they are ranked in this book. That just shows the influence that U.S. News & World Report has obtained over the college admission process and why this book is so important to have. The rankings are very helpful but the best part of the book is the synopsis for each school towards the back of the book. I especially find helpful the SAT score and financial aid info for each school. That info is a little harder to come by and so it is nice to have it in one place. This is a book one that we will continue to refer to during our college search.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pat Byrnes

    I won this book through Good Reads. I gave it to my son who is a junior in High School. He said it contained a lot of information and opened his eyes I won this book through Good Reads. I gave it to my son who is a junior in High School. He said it contained a lot of information and opened his eyes as to the many choices there are and that he needs to look at a lot more detail and make a list of questions, so he can make an informed decision

  4. 5 out of 5

    Abbe

    A must-read when doing research on colleges. In addition to rankings and the schools directory, there are really informative articles on 11 Hot Majors, What If You Don't Have All A's, Get a Great Financial Package. They also have a sampler: http://e-ditionsbyfry.com/Olive/ODE/BCS/ A must-read when doing research on colleges. In addition to rankings and the schools directory, there are really informative articles on 11 Hot Majors, What If You Don't Have All A's, Get a Great Financial Package. They also have a sampler: http://e-ditionsbyfry.com/Olive/ODE/BCS/

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I won this from Goodreads First Reads. I recommend this for anyone who is planning on going to college. By reading it, I found out a lot of useful information. I especially liked the college and university directory in the back. It made it easier to look up schools by state.

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