College Admissions

How To Use Demonstrated Interest To Your Benefit

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If you’ve read about tactics for improving your odds at college admissions, you may have heard the phrase “demonstrated interest.” What “demonstrated interest” means is your level of engagement and sincerity when researching and interacting with a school you may apply to. A school’s representatives specifically watch for this, as they are trying to gauge …

A Simple GRE Breakdown

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Standing for Graduate Record Examinations, the GRE is a required test for almost all graduate schools within the United States. If you’re considering attending grad school in the near future, this exam is something you’ll have to prepare for. This is what you need to know. Overview The GRE, hosted by the Educational Testing Service …

A Basic MCAT Breakdown

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The MCAT or the Medical College Admissions Test is a standardized test that is used as a part of the admissions process for medical schools. Almost every medical school in the United States require MCAT scores for admissions and many more are switching to MCAT in lieu of other tests. It is administered several times …

A Basic GMAT Breakdown

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If you’re planning on going after a Master’s in Business Administration, you’ve most likely heard of the GMAT. It’s an exam that’s central to your education at graduate school and your future in management. Here’s what you need to know about the GMAT: Overview The GMAT, which stands for Graduate Management Admission Test, allows students …

A Basic LSAT Breakdown

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LSAT is an acronym for the Law School Admissions Test. All law students must take and pass this standardized test as a prerequisite to applying law school (although some schools are now accepting the GRE as an alternate). As with any graduate level exam, preparation and practice are the key elements to your success. Before …

How to Make Your Final College Choice on a Deadline

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Most high school seniors only have until May 1st to choose their college for the upcoming academic year. If you haven’t decided yet, it’s easy to feel the pressure. However, there are ways you can help yourself make that choice. Visit The Colleges Again You’ve probably visited the colleges you’re interested in at least once, …