My son is a junior this year. Because he took the PSAT, he has started receiving lots of college literature via e-mail and through the regular mail. How can we find out AND COMPARE the college's statistics such as the academic abilities of the students (i.e. what schools are more challenging and, therefore, harder to gain admission), financial aid stats, graduation rate, etc. . . without having to spend a lot of time at each of the college's websites?
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