This smaller and less expensive version of Barron's Profiles of American Colleges has been updated for the 2000-2001 school year. It describes approximately 400(?) colleges across the United States in profiles adapted from the larger book. The Compact Guide to Colleges mainly profiles schools that fall within Barron's top three categories on the academic competitiveness scale: Most Competitive, Highly Competitive, and Very Competitive.
Offering complete, up-to-date profiles of ABA-approved law schools across America, plus profiles of non-ABA-approved schools, this book also provides the latest information on admissions requirements, degree requirements, tuition and fees, available financial aid sources, career placement services, and more. Includes a sample LSAT with answers and explanations.
Up-to-date facts, figures, fees, and more for all accredited four-year colleges and universities in Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont , covering student life, sports and activities, housing, tuition, financial aid, admissions, disabled students' facilities, campus security, and other aspects.
This computer software program is designed to make study and preparation for the New York State Regent Exam easier. It can be used in the classroom and at home by students. The Sequential Math Course II prorgam contains computerized versions of three complete Regents Exams with answers, handsome color graphics, and a timing feature to help students pace themselves. A copy of "Barron's Regents Exams and Answers" book in Sequential Math Course II is also enclosed to provide extra test preparation.
back cover BARRON'S GUIDE TO LAW SCHOOLS 16TH EDITION 2005 Updated with latest facts, figures, and costs, this directory describes more than 180 ABA-approved law schools throughout the country. You'll find information on admission requirements, tuition and fees, career placement services, and other pertinent details. A multi-page table summarizes admission requirements for each school and lists the median LSAT scores made by incoming students. This table will help you, the prospective applicant, predict your chances for admission. You'll also find profiles of selected non-ABA-approved law schools, as well as advice on how to choose the law school that best suits your circumstances, plus tips on how to get through the admissions process.