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$30,000 Debt and a Piece of Paper:

How To Avoid Being Shafted By Higher Education
by Will Hardigan


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The college industry is broken.

As of 2013, the average student undergraduate debt approaches $30,000. Unemployment numbers are in the double digits. Parents are working overtime and extra jobs to make costly tuition payments. Students are graduating without the necessary skills needed for the job market.

This is ridiculous. This needs to stop.

Will Hardigan’s first book challenges the modern societal need to obtain an undergraduate education. It challenges one of the oldest industries in the world — an industry that is making like bandits and is taking your money.

The college industry is broke. It’s no longer doing what it’s paid to do. It is taking YOUR money and YOUR life savings and spitting out an inferior product: your child.

There are no more guarantees of security. There are no more guarantees of a viable future. The college industry has no problem with charging families expensive tuition payments and leaving their children in debt and unemployed.

You are not okay with this. We are not okay with this.

This is not a fancy economic or sociological text on behavioral education. This is a diary. This is an opinion. This is a book that hopes to challenge what you think about the college industry and why everybody feels the need to pay so much money to attend. It asks:

Why are we doing this? What CAN we do about this? Are there alternatives?

Hardigan’s book attempts to show the path and help the reader begin their journey into questioning the industry, exploring alternatives, and most importantly, avoid the college trap and set themselves up for financial success.

Because the college isn’t interested in your financial success.

Luckily, you are.



Attn: PARENTS of High School Aged Kids – Must Read

jane dabel book

Could a Few Hours of Work

Get You Accepted

from a College Wait List?


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Every year, tens of thousands of high school students are wait listed by colleges and universities. Most students have no idea that there are steps they can take to boost their odds of admission.

You Can Increase Your Odds of Acceptance by Simply Asking to Be Admitted…the Right Way. 

I created this guidebook – The College Wait List Survival Guide – to help you do just that. It gives you a comprehensive, step-by-step plan you can use for practically any college to increase your chances of admission.

Also, you receive templates you can use for emails, letters, phone calls, and interviews to address any possible objection that gets thrown in your way.

So Why Doesn’t Everyone Do This?
Like I said, most people don’t realize that there are a few key actions that can significantly increase their odds of acceptance. But there is no reason that you can’t be the one that learns how to get off the wait list.

Appealing to a college to accept you doesn’t have to be intimidating, it doesn’t have to be frightening, and it doesn’t mean that you must grovel or beg.

By following these strategies and scripts, you’ll be able to confidently approach the college admissions committee and – in a friendly, respectful way – explain why you should be accepted from the wait list.

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About the Author:   Jane Dabel, PhD

jane dabel
Professor Dabel is a professor at a large university
in Southern California. She knows the ins and outs
of college admissions and she can show you how to
avoid the frenzy of the modern college application
process. In her most recent book, she explains what
steps you can take to get accepted from a
college wait list.   Connect on Twitter.


Cutting Corners: A Complete College Handbook For Getting A’s The Easy Way by Justin Rich

Cutting Corners:
A Complete College Handbook
For Getting A’s The Easy Way
By Justin Rich

Controversial, yet helpful and informative, college guide cracked Amazon’s Top 10 List for College Guides…one to watch out for in the next couple months

Why waste all night studying when you can go out and party with your friends instead?

This is a serious book, but you’ll have a lot of fun reading it. “Cutting Corners” gives you step-by-step instructions on how to deal with every facet of the college experience like a master.

Using the methods outlined in this book, you’ll be able to get in and out of the painful classes you hate with as little effort as possible.

You’ll learn how to:

– Cut down on studying time exponentially
– Memorize test material using your favorite movie lines and song lyrics
– Negotiate with your professor so you can get your grade rounded up
– Skate through boring homework assignments, papers, and group projects
– Pick the right professors in advance so you can minimize your class time and maximize your grade potential

Cutting Corners” is not for the faint of heart, but the author does a good job of balancing coarse language and blunt instruction with some real heart. There’s also nothing about cheating in it – it’s all about beating the system with some integrity, which is good to know. If you’ve got a college student in your life that wants to read something that sounds like it was written by their friend, check out “Cutting Corners.”

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