Top 6 Grammar Rules for Your College Application

Grammar Rules

You’ve worked hard to craft a fantastic essay for your college application. The result is a draft that is genuine, clear, and that shows the admissions committee who you really are. But before you send off your application, we recommend that you let someone you trust (and whose writing abilities you trust) take a look….

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How early should I start preparing for SAT?

SAT Learning

We are all aware of the proverb an early bird catches the worm and we can vouch for the veracity of this adage in myriad small ways such as rising early and getting to catch the local on time, or prepping early for our assignments and being able to meet the deadline comfortably while the…

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The Best 382 Colleges: 2018 by The Princeton Review

University

Each year, The Princeton Review compiles its list of higher education rankings across 382 colleges in the US. The list titled ‘The Best 382 Colleges: 2018 Edition’ identifies top colleges categorized as academics, administrative services, financial aid, campus amenities and social life. The survey includes both, private and public institutions across the country. About 137,000…

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What is the best way to prepare for GMAT?

GMAT

With effect from 11th July 2017 an additional facility provided by GMAC adds one more parameter to the “approach” to the GMAT: Now the students can select the order in which they want to answer the sections. With the implementation of this additional facility now, the students have four options to choose from. As regards…

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How to Ace Your College Interview

Interview Tips

Many colleges encourage you to interview with an admissions representative or alumnus as part of the college application process, either on campus or in your hometown. Admissions officers will consider the interview when evaluating your application (although they’ll be much more interested in your grades, test scores, and college essays). A few schools require interviews…

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