Admissions 101: Need a good college? Ask a pro.
The latest topic for my Admissions 101 discussion group is an approach to college-picking that makes sense, but doesn't get much attention. If you have some vague notion of what you want to get out of college, such as preparation for med school or a business career, why not ask someone who has been a success in such ventures to suggest some colleges? You don't just ask where they went to college, but which colleges are now producing good people in their field. Go to the link and share your views.
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| April 28, 2010; 2:23 PM ET
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