March 18, 2010 -- From Barbara, a reader, from Tempe, Arizona USA, who is affiliated with the site.
This is a free fun site. Arizona State University has created on-line activities and learning in the areas of science, geography, space, nature and more. Great for school projects and hobbies.
October 18, 2006 -- From Dr. Mary Askew, a teacher, from Arizona, who is affiliated with the site.
As a student, parent, teacher, or counselor, are you looking free information about careers and college majors? Hollandcodes.com provides links to free Internet sources that match interests, abilities, skills, and Holland Codes to careers and college majors.
May 19, 2006 -- From Gina, a parent, from the U.S, who is affiliated with the site.
Provides guidelines for a more effective college search. Offers help with deciding on a major, finding money for school and more.
May 23, 2000 -- From Mark James , a teacher from London, England who is affiliated with the site
This site offers free and comprehensive SAT prep for students wanting better test scores. Features include timed diagnostics, several full-length instantly-scored model tests, strategies review and, most importantly, score-tracking and feedback by email.
December 15, 1999 -- From Laura DiFiore, a reader from Calhan, CO who is affiliated with the site
Students can search my database of scholarships, grants, and fellowships completely for free. Best part of the site is the articles written by students who have won scholarships, and scholarship judges! Great scholarship links section!
September 10, 1999 -- From Cliff Kramon, a parent from New Jersey who is affiliated with the site
No bells and whistles in this site but a fair amount of helpful information for those going through the college selection process. The primary focus is on the video tours (for sale) of over 330 colleges, but the articles, lists, and humorous additions are free.
August 14, 1999 -- From Glenn E. Carper, a reader from Central Pennsylvania who is not affiliated with the site
My Academic Only Home Page – “Where Student Meets Academe” – is loaded with nearly 2,100 sites of academic value for the internet savvy college of today, and their parents. While this site has no slow loading gifs, images, banner ads, pop-ups or music, it is easy to navigate, has a good site search engine and, it’s all free.
July 21, 1999 -- From 17 year old from San Jose, CA who is not affiliated with the site
This site is really cool. Virtual campus tours of hundreds of U.S. colleges and universities.
May 23, 1999 -- From a reader from Marietta, GA who is affiliated with the site
The page has won more than 2 dozen awards and has more than 900 pages linking to it. The site lists college admissions and financial aid office email addresses and phone numbers and has links to college web pages, online applications, multiple applications, free college and scholarship searches, SAT and ACT prep info and much, much more. Visitors can sign up for a free newsletter of articles and answers to readers questions about college selection, college admission, scholarships and college life.