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college search

chelsea16chelsea16 1 replies1 threads New Member
edited July 2011 in Nepal
hey!! how do i start my college search?

i wanted your inputs about these sites:FORBES,usnews..are they worth referring to or should i rely on collegeboard?..
edited July 2011
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  • ExpeliarmusExpeliarmus 262 replies9 threads Junior Member
    you should rely on your research!

    US news ranking, College Board and Forbes Ranking are just for reference.
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  • specificspecific 385 replies25 threads Member
    yeah! you can use these websites to get a laundry list of colleges you want to apply to but the actual list of colleges you are going to apply to must be on the basis of various factors such as...

    your academic interest, financial aid required and given, size and location you like etc....
    good luck
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