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Series: Graduate School Admissions Guides

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Business School Essays that Made a Difference by Nedda Gilbert
Graduate School Companion by Princeton Review
Law School Essays that Made a Difference by Eric Owens
Medical School Essays That Made a Difference by Princeton Review
Paying for College Without Going Broke by Princeton Review
The Best Law Schools, 1999 Edition by John Katzman1999
The Best Law Schools, 2000 Edition by Ian Van Tuyl2000
Best 117 Law Schools, 2005 Edition by Eric Owens2005
Best 143 Business Schools, 2005 Edition by Nedda Gilbert2005
Complete Book of Graduate Programs in the Arts and Sciences 2005 by Princeton Review2005
Best 159 Law Schools, 2006 Edition by Eric Owens2006
Best 162 Medical Schools 2006 by Malaika Stoll2006
Best 237 Business Schools 2006 by Nedda Gilbert2006
The Best 168 Medical Schools, 2007 by Princeton Review2007
The Best 170 Law Schools, 2007 Edition by Eric Owens2007
The Best 282 Business Schools, 2007 by Nedda Gilbert2007
Best 170 Law Schools, 2008 Edition by Eric Owens2008
Best 174 Law Schools, 2009 Edition by Eric Owens2009
Best 296 Business Schools, 2009 Edition by Nedda Gilbert2009
The Best 168 Medical Schools, 2010 Edition by Princeton Review2010
The Best 301 Business Schools, 2010 Edition by Nedda Gilbert2010
The Best 168 Medical Schools, 2011 Edition by Malaika Stoll2011
The Best 172 Law Schools, 2011 Edition by Eric Owens2011
The Best 300 Business Schools, 2011 Edition by Nedda Gilbert2011
The Best 167 Law Schools, 2012 Edition by Eric Owens2012
The Best 168 Medical Schools, 2012 Edition by Malaika Stoll2012
The Best 294 Business Schools, 2012 Edition by Princeton Review2012
The Best 168 Law Schools, 2013 Edition by Eric Owens2013
The Best 168 Medical Schools, 2013 Edition by Princeton Review2013
The Best 296 Business Schools, 2013 Edition by Princeton Review2013
The Best 169 Law Schools, 2014 Edition by Princeton Review2014
The Best 169 Law Schools, 2015 Edition by Princeton Review2015

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  1. Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate School of Your Choice by Donald Asher (1991)
  2. How to Get Into the Top Law Schools by Richard Montauk (2001)
  3. Get Into Graduate School: A Strategic Approach by Kaplan (2003)
  4. Peterson's Graduate Programs In Engineering & Applied Sciences by Peterson's (1997)
  5. Getting Money for Graduate School by Peterson's (2002)
  6. Perfect Personal Statements: Law, Business, Medical, Graduate School by Mark Alan Stewart (2002)
  7. How to Get Into the Top MBA Programs by Richard Montauk (1997)
  8. MBA Admissions Strategy: From Profile Building to Essay Writing by Avi Gordon (2005)
  9. Essays That Will Get You Into Law School by Dan Kaufman (1998)
  10. Great Application Essays for Business School (Great Application for Business School) by Paul Bodine (2005)
  11. Law School Confidential (Revised Edition): A Complete Guide to the Law School Experience: By Students, for Students by Robert H. Miller (2000)
  12. Get Into Medical School: A Strategic Approach by Kaplan (1997)
  13. The Graduate School Funding Handbook by April Vahle Hamel (1994)
  14. Decide Better! For College by Michael E. McGrath (2009)
  15. Cracking the SAT Literature Subject Test by Allison Amend (2005)

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