What do you use to research colleges?

<p>I used
collegeboard.com - for stats
wikipedia.com - for history or scandals
students review - students write reviews of colleges
collegedirt - polls on differant aspects
college confidential - duh!
and the school website</p>

<p>Any other good sources?</p>

<p>Google and Yahoo!Answers. =) Actually, it sounds like you have it pretty much covered on all bases.</p>

<p>I use the Princeton Review website, just because their rankings and lists make me laugh.</p>

<p>It's called US</a> News and World. Print out the list, aim at the top, and throw darts.</p>

<p>What about collegepr0wler? I've heard that mentioned on these boards pretty often...</p>

<p>I use this site, CollegeBoard, and what comes in the mail. This site is the best source. Really.</p>

<p>I use Naviance the most. </p>

<p>It's a program that our school has that you can see where people in our school have applied/been accepted based on SAT scores, GPA etc. </p>

<p>Plus, it's college search is practically amazing lol</p>

<p>Yeah, my school uses Naviance too</p>

<p>For basic info I just use the school's site and CollegeBoard. If I become interested enough, I'll take a peak at their Wikipedia entry and what's buzzing about them on the forums here. Usually I can find all that I need on the school's site though. Randomly googling the school's name often brings up some interesting news, though it's a lot to dig through.</p>