Applying to College for Students With ADD or LD: A Guide to Keep You (and Your Parents) Sane, Satisfied, and Organized Through the Admission Process

Pages: 144, Black & white
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Age Range: 16-22
Item #: 441B064
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0892-0
List Price: $14.95
Copyright: 2011
Format: Softcover
Availability: In Stock
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Overview

Organized in a step-by-step manner, this handy guidebook maps out a plan and a timeline for applying to college. And to help keep you organized and on-track, Applying to College comes loaded with charts, checklists, and assessments to make your application-centered life easier.

In the book, you'll find ways to

  • assess your strengths and weaknesses
  • analyze your transcript and GPA
  • plan for standardized tests
  • build your portfolio
  • get recommendations
  • face your essay
  • put together your application\
  • go on interviews

And find the right college for you!

About the Author
Blythe Grossberg, PsyD, is a learning specialist in New York City who works to help children and adults with ADD to become more effective at school and at work.
Reviews & Awards

Applying to college is an exercise fraught with angst for most high-school students, but those with learning disabilities have an even more difficult challenge trying to find a school that fits. This excellent book guides kids through the process, hitting all the issues that might come up…There's such good advice in this—including wiping your social networking pages clean—that teens without ADD or other learning disabilities will find this eminently useful too.
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This is a much-needed and hugely useful book. I recommend it most highly.
—Ned Hallowell, MD, Harvard Medical School; founder, The Hallowell Centers; author, Married to Distraction: Restoring Intimacy and Strengthening Your Marriage in an Age of Interruption

Dr. Grossberg employs a friendly, engaging, and comprehensive approach to outlining the many aspects of the college application process for LD and ADD students. She deftly takes on the many components and helps the reader to clearly understand when, and how the college admissions steps can be successfully taken.
—Carl P. Thum, PhD, director, Academic Skills Center and Integrated Academic Support Program, Dartmouth