College Search Simplified, a New Downloadable Book, Offers Help for Students Applying to College

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It is the time of year when many students choose the colleges they will be applying to come next fall. To help students with this difficult task, University Language Services releases a new e-book entitled College Search Simplified: A Guide to Sorting Through, Narrowing Down and Figuring Out Your College Choice.

Applying to colleges is more than just putting together an impressive application. An entire process has to be taken into account before a student even begins working on his or her admissions essay: deciding where to apply.

It’s important to figure out what a student is looking to find in a college and which universities fit his or her particular profile. That’s why University Language Services (ULS) has come up with something to make that process a little easier.

ULS created a guide (College Search Simplified) that facilitates the process of systematically narrowing down a college for students. This 63-page e-book helps students identify the factors that influence their decision process.

The first section identifies the type of school they want to attend through short quizzes that keep track of their preferences and focus the search. The answers chosen determine the student’s needs, sorting college options by location, size, academics, social life and cost.

Afterward, the guide pulls everything together, matching the answers chosen for the quizzes with available colleges to create a short list of schools that would be perfect for that particular student. College Search Simplified also contains additional information about college visits, interviews and more.

Finding the right school can be a complicated and often daunting task; however, after reading College Search Simplified and answering the questions, students will have taken the first steps in finding the ideal college for them.

To purchase, visit: https://www.universitylanguage.com/ShoppingCart/Products.aspx?SKU=99977

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