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ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES
Scholarships, Fellowships, International Study, Undergraduate Research, Post-Baccalaureate Education and Experiential Learning
by John F. Petrik
(ISBN 0-938609-00-9)


Information on scholarships, international study, undergraduate research, postbaccalaureate education, and experiential learning. It offers guidelines for students as they solve the problems and dispel the misconceptions often associated with obtaining an education.

 

 

 

ADVANCED PREPARATION FOR THE NEW SAT EXAM
The Math Part

by Elliott M. Rosenberg
(ISBN 978-1-934048-00-9)

This book is a comprehensive resource for guiding students through the process of preparing for the math portion of the SAT examination. It provides an organized overview of the key concepts, and guided practice through typical problem types. Five complete practice tests and their solutions are also included.

ADVANCED PREPARATION FOR THE SAT EXAM
The Verbal Part

by Sino Chika
(ISBN 1-934048-04-6)

A powerful tool to assist the exam taker in achieving a higher score on the verbal portion of the SAT examination.

 

CARIBBEAN MEDICAL SCHOOLS
The Complete Guide to Caribbean Universities, Licensure Requirements, and Island Life
by Steven Wayne Powell 
(ISBN 0-938609-61-0)


This book uses objective criteria to provide detailed information on all of the medical schools located in the Caribbean. Topics covered in-depth include licensure requirements, application procedures, and an explanation of island life. This valuable reference also provides essential information on housing options.

 

COUNSELING KNOW-HOW
by Terry Whitman, Ph.D. and Donald Akutagawa, Ph.D.
(ISBN 0-938609-66-1)

This notebook presents clinical findings based on the authors' observations of  and practical experiences with clients. It contains basic and applied concepts and procedures that are usually learned from experience or through trial and error. This kind of practical information is not usually found in formal professional  journals. As such, it should prove to be extremely valuable to graduate students in training and anyone else who is just beginning in the field.

GETTING IN: AN APPLICANT’S GUIDE TO GRADUATE SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
by David Burrell 
(ISBN 0-938609-16-5)


Provides graduate school applicants with important information and ideas to guide them through what can be an overwhelming and discouraging procedure. Stresses the fact that grades, scores, and recommendations are only the beginning and that these assets must be supplemented in order for the applicant to set him/herself apart from the competition.

Visit the author’s web site at www.gettingintogradschool.com

 

LEARN TO STUDY: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS
by Marcella Marino Craver, M.S.Ed., C.A.S. 
(ISBN 0-938609-89-0)


This unique book is based on over six years of the trial and error application of learning theory and technique. Current research is included to provide  a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to studying. The author developed, applied and refined the techniques described  as she studied the scientific and psychological bases for learning.  She is a practicing, certified School Psychologist. She is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists and the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists. This is a valuable and informative guide for all those involved in the academic journey, regardless of level.

 

MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSION FROM HIGH SCHOOL
The College Applicant's Guide to Medical School Early Admission Programs
by A.M. Ilyas, MD 
(ISBN 0-938609-62-9)

This book reviews the ins and outs of early admission medical programs. It begins with common questions and answers regarding early admission and then reviews the application process. It also covers the significance of the SAT and provides a list of preparatory resources. Grade point average, class rank, and interviewing are all discussed.  The book concludes with program profiles for over 75 schools offering medical school early admission.

 

MULTI-SENSORY PHONICS
Reading Improvement, K-College
by Dennis Brooks 
(ISBN 0-938609-67-X)

This is a reading program especially for people who have dyslexia, ADHD and other learning disorders. It presents a new method that combines the use of multi-sensory learning and phonics. It can be used as to supplement reading programs in kindergarten through college. Includes a full course for teachers and a student workbook.

 

REAL LIFE 101
Winning Secrets You Won’t Find in Class

by Debra Yergen 
(ISBN 0-938609-21-1)


Insight and inspiration for those faced with the intimidating prospect of dealing with “real life” after graduation. This book provides secrets and lessons that cannot be learned in the classroom. Each chapter is followed by a detailed review and by a series of questions designed to help the reader put the points covered into practice. This should be a significant aide to all those making the difficult transition from academia to “real life”.

 

STATISTICS MADE EASY
By Dr. John F. Loase,
Professor of Mathamatics
(ISBN 978-1-9340-48-08-05)

A simple and clear presentation of basic statistics, appropriately used for a college course or a self study review.





THE PRINCIPAL'S HANDBOOK FOR THE
21st CENTURY
by Mary Sue (Lindsay) Fairchild, EdM
(ISBN 978-1-934048-07-8)

The Principal's Handbook for the 21st Century is for Principals, teachers, and parents. It looks at schools from the inside out. Change is possible and this research gives specific steps for helping to understand your school and make positive changes. Our Educational System needs change and this book will help that happen . . . . one school at a time.

 



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