Well it wasn’t a land slide, that’s for sure, and you can read what we had to say about the Kaplan books , but the Princeton Review books came on top due to the quality and similarity of the content review. Princeton Review has been known for providing only the most relevant information that you need to know for the MCAT, without skimping on explaining major concepts.
"The Best 380 Colleges" is one of 150 Penguin Random House / Princeton Review books. In addition to its college profiles, rankings, and ratings, the book includes two lists: "Great Schools for 20 Popular College Majors" and a list of 200 "Colleges That Pay You Back." An eBook edition will be available Sept.15, and a new Princeton Review book, "Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers By Going Beyond the Classroom" ($14.99), goes on sale Sept. 8.
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"The Best 295 Business Schools" (Penguin Random House / Princeton Review Books, 2016 Editions, $26.99) report lists of top 10 ranking schools in 11 categories. All of the Princeton Review lists are posted on its website at . There, users can read FAQs about the basis for each ranking list and access the company’s detailed profiles of the schools.
Like all Princeton Review books, countless hours and revisions have been made to make this the most comprehensive and high quality MCAT review book. With great illustrations, clear explanations, and tidbits of strategy to give you the edge you need for the MCAT exam.Lists of the top 20 colleges in these and 58 other categories will post today at . The Princeton Review has published these rankings since 1992 in its annual Best Colleges guide. The new lists appear in the guide's 2016 edition, "The Best 380 Colleges" (Penguin Random House / Princeton Review Books, $23.99), that goes on sale tomorrow.