"Where You Go is Not Who You'll Be" by Frank Bruni is a book that every stressed out rising senior or parent should read.
It's a quick, entertaining and grounding read about not getting too caught up in the madness of modern day college admissions. It makes the point that brand name schools turn out to mean very little when it comes to success in life, and that there are countless examples of successful people who started from humble educational backgrounds.
It's not where you start, it's how you finish!
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