Series: Cracking the ACT

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Cracking the ACT, 2008 Edition by Princeton Review2008
Cracking the ACT, 2012 Edition by Princeton Review2012
Cracking the ACT, 2013 Edition by Princeton Review2013
Cracking the ACT with 3 Practice Tests, 2014 Edition by Princeton Review2014
Cracking the ACT with 6 Practice Tests, 2015 Edition by Princeton Review2015

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  3. Greenes' Guide to Educational Planning: Presenting Yourself Successfully To Colleges by Howard Greene (2001)
  4. Students' Guide to Colleges: The Definitive Guide to America's Top 100 Schools Written by the Real Experts--the Students Who Attend Them by Jordan Goldman (2005)
  5. College Handbook 2014: All New 51st Edition by The College Board (2013)
  6. Cracking the SAT with 5 Practice Tests, 2014 Edition by Princeton Review (2013)
  7. Two-Year Colleges 2014 by Peterson's (2001)
  8. The Official SAT Study Guide by The College Board (2004)
  9. The Sports Scholarships Insider's Guide: Getting Money for College at Any Division by Dion Wheeler (2005)
  10. The Graduate School Funding Handbook by April Vahle Hamel (1994)
  11. CLEP: Introductory Psychology, TestWare Edition (Book & CD-ROM) by Don J. Sharpsteen Ph. D. (2005)
  12. CLEP History of the United States I by The Staff of ... Association (1998)
  13. Barron's AP English Language and Composition by George Ehrenhaft (2008)
  14. Colleges That Change Lives by Loren Pope (1996)
  15. Up Your Score: ACT, 2014-2015 Edition: The Underground Guide by Chris Arp (2013)

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