From Here to Freshman Year: College Admissions Strategies for All Four Years of High School (From Here to Freshman Year: Tips, Timetables, & to DOS That) by Kaplan

From Here to Freshman Year: College Admissions Strategies for All Four Years of High School (From Here to Freshman Year: Tips, Timetables, & to DOS That)

Book Title: From Here to Freshman Year: College Admissions Strategies for All Four Years of High School (From Here to Freshman Year: Tips, Timetables, & to DOS That)

Publisher: Kaplan Publishing

ISBN: 1607147017

Release Date: 2010-06-01

Author: Kaplan


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Revised and updated for today's high school students, From Here to Freshman Year is a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide that helps parents and students prepare for college from the first day of high school through to graduation day.

The essential pocket guide to making the most of high school, updated for today’s ninth through 12th-graders

Is it too early to start applying for college scholarships in ninth grade? Do I need to take AP classes? How important are extra curricular activities when I apply to college? These questions and many more are answered in this revised edition of Kaplan’s popular From Here to Freshman Year.

This easy-to-use guide provides up-to-date information for ninth, 10th-, 11th-, and 12th-graders to prepare them for college. Filled with tons of tips and time lines for all four years of high school, it also provides information for parents and students on time management, stress reduction, and problem solving.

Conveniently portable, From Here to Freshman Year takes parents and students through high school with the ease of knowing that they took the right steps to prepare for college each year.

Must-know topics include: the application process; campus visits; working with your guidance counselor; taking important tests like the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP exams; letters of recommendation; purchasing the right computer, and more.