Synopsis
Expanded advice on how to use the Internet to get the most complete college facts and figures, plus a wealth of insider details that never appear in college viewbooks--even how to earn a college degree on the Internet!.

Reviews
Should be at every computer at every high school
Reviewer: A reader from Austin, Texas
Search engines aren't enough. Ken Hartman did an awful lot of work that will save teachers and students an awful lot of time if they choose to utilize the Internet in the college admissions process. This book should be placed next to every computer in every high school in the United States.

Ground Breaking
Reviewer: A reader
I loved Web worksheet and tips on finding faculy evaluations, student newspapers and alumni e-mail addresses --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

A Must for all college-bound students and parents
Reviewer: A reader
I found over $7,500 in private scholarship dollars. Great links Great insiders advise --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Hartman, Kenneth, Internet Guide for College-Bound Students (second edition). The College Board:New York, 1999.

Hartman, Kenneth, Internet Guide for College-Bound Students. The College Board:New York, 1996.