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The Economic Value of Your Major

May 31, 2011 by  
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A new report by the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce has found that the degrees with the highest earning median salaries involve engineering, math, or science. Liberal Arts and Humanities majors, including English, History, and Philosophy, earning median incomes of only $47,000 annually, end up in the middle of the pack. Some of […]

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A Peek into the Complex U.S. Admissions Process

May 30, 2011 by  
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The Ivy League admissions process becomes more competitive and more complicated every year. With most schools admitting less than 10 percent of applicants, many students want to know what exactly the process entails. Dartmouth College, a small liberal arts Ivy League school in New Hampshire, recently released statistics about their current incoming class. Forty percent […]

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You Have Written the SAT – Now What?

May 19, 2011 by  
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Congratulations on completing your first SAT exam! After months of studying and preparing for the big test, you finally have a moment to breathe. After this moment is up, you might start to wonder what comes next. The May results will be released on May 26th. Once you have them, you will need to decide […]

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Should I Take Both the SAT and ACT?

May 16, 2011 by  
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One of the biggest questions we get is whether or not a U.S. bound student should take both the SAT and ACT. Both tests hold equal weight with U.S. college admissions and both tests require preparation and studying. However, there are several differences between the two tests and this makes it difficult to determine which […]

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University Student Recruitment Goes Viral

May 9, 2011 by  
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A number of universities are coming up with unique ways of recruiting new students and creating a buzz on campus. A LipDub is a ‘homemade’ music video in which participants lip synch to a popular song to demonstrate the creative energy and high spirits of an institution. This phenomenon first became popular when the University […]

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Eating Right for the SAT

May 5, 2011 by  
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So the big day is right around the corner. You have studied as much as you can, practiced sitting still for almost four hours, and you are in focus-mode. Now it is time to take care of your body, keep your energy up and your brain functioning at its maximum level before the exam. You […]

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SAT – What You Need to Know for the Day of the Test

May 4, 2011 by  
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Taking the SAT is an important step in earning admission to an American college or university. Schools use this test to gain a better picture of who you are — how you think, problem solve and communicate. For many students the process can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the […]

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