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How to deal with Ivy Day?

Updated on 23rd June 2020 || Smriti Singh

Admission is an imprecise process which leads to the most important bitter truth: failing to gain admission to an Ivy League school is not the end of the world. Here is article on how to deal with Ivy Day.

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How to deal with Ivy Day?

Practical Steps to crack the New SAT Writing & Language Test

Updated on 27th May 2020 || Smriti Singh

Determine which time you’d like to focus on studying and which hour you’d like to enjoy the outdoors. SAT preparation usually takes 60–90 days of preparation. Practice tests can actually help you regain your knowledge and help you be prepared for the actual test. Read on…

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Practical Steps to crack the New SAT Writing & Language Test

What SAT IIs Should You Take As a Prospective Pre-med? 

Updated on 22nd June 2020 || Smriti Singh

SAT II is a content-based test that allows you to showcase your knowledge in specific subject areas where you excel. As a Pre-med student, you must check the college requirement and take subjects like Biology, Maths. Read on…..

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What SAT IIs Should You Take As a Prospective Pre-med? 

pros and cons of a commuter college

Updated on 16th June 2020 || Ipsita Meher

A Commuter College is a school to which your child commutes for daily college regular classes. There are certain Pros and Cons of these colleges which is important to be aware of. Continue reading to know more about it.

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pros and cons of a commuter college

The Demographics of the Ivy League

Updated on 23rd September 2020 || Tanya Dutta

Are you looking for the demographics of the Ivy League? Dive in to learn about the ethnic breakdown in the Ivy League demographics

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The Demographics of the Ivy League

Complete Introduction to BS/MD Programs

Updated on 12th August 2020 || Tanisha Alex

Are you planning to pursue a career in medicine, then BS/MD program is one of the options. To gather more information about these programs, continue reading this article.

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Complete Introduction to BS/MD Programs

How Do Colleges Evaluate Transfer Students?

Updated on 30th April 2020 || Ipsita Meher

Are you thinking of transferring to a new school? This decision alone of transferring is enough to scare you if you are not aware of the admission procedure.In this article know all about how colleges evaluate transfer students.. Read on..

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How Do Colleges Evaluate Transfer Students?

10 Surprising Career Opportunities For Potential Humanities Majors

Updated on 30th April 2020 || Tanisha Alex

As opposed to popular opinion, humanities majors have a significant advantage over other majors as they receive certain traits that would appeal to potential employers. In this article we discuss 10 such surprising career opportunities for humanities majors.

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10 Surprising Career Opportunities For Potential Humanities Majors

How to Showcase Your Strength in Your College Application Essays?

Updated on 30th April 2020 || Smriti Singh

This is a trick question. You want to always emphasize your strengths. A good first step towards finding your personal strengths is to look at the barriers you’ve faced in life and you will definitely find something good to start with. Find more about it in this article

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How to Showcase Your Strength in Your College Application Essays?

5 last-minute FAQs for Common Application Procrastinators

Updated on 30th April 2020 || Smriti Singh

Are you a habitual procrastinator and have been delaying your college application process as well? For all the procrastinators out there, here are top 5 FAQS that will come in handy when filling up your common application at the eleventh hour. To get your answers, you may read the entire piece.

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5 last-minute FAQs for Common Application Procrastinators

10 Ways College Classes Differ from High School

Updated on 21st April 2020 || Smriti Singh

Have you ever wondered what the difference between a high school class and the college class is? Find out how your lecturers play a different role in your education to your high school teachers, how much time you will spend in class and studying and what is expected of you to succeed.

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10 Ways College Classes Differ from High School

Does Being a Valedictorian or a Salutatorian Matter?

Updated on 25th August 2020 || Palka Manchanda

Wondering whats the difference between a Valedictorian and a Salutatorian? In this article, apart from the difference between the two, you will also get to know whether being a valedictorian or a salutatorian matter or not. To know more, may we suggest you read the entire article

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Does Being a Valedictorian or a Salutatorian Matter?

 What are SAT Subject Tests?

Updated on 21st April 2020 || Ipsita Meher

If you are confused whether SAT is a singular test or its has a series of assessments, then this article is the one for you. In this article we talk all about what are SAT subjects tests and answer the most often asked queries related to the SAT subject tests. To know more, read the entire piece.

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 What are SAT Subject Tests?

Which Ivy League is Right For You?

Updated on 20th April 2020 || Smriti Singh

If you are hoping for an Ivy League, you need to push yourself academically before you apply. You must have high grades in the hardest possible classes. This is one of the primary criteria to get into an ivy league. To know which ivy league school is best suited for you, read through the article

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Which Ivy League is Right For You?

Easiest AP Classes

Updated on 10th August 2020 || Smriti Singh

Easiest AP classes? Well, this question is honestly so subjective. It varies from person to person. In this article, however, we have tried to break it down for you. Especially if you are looking for easier AP classes, this article is for you. Read ahead to know more

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Easiest AP Classes