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The Dos and Don'ts of Writing the MIT Application Essays 2019-2020

September 20, 2019

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the dream university for many STEM-oriented students, and it comes as no surprise that it’s also one of the most selective schools in the world. If you’re set on majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Computation and Cognition, or one of the other highly specialized programs that MIT offers, it’s important to let admissions officers know who you are

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How to Pick Your Early Decision School: Making the Right Call

September 19, 2019

Imagine opening an acceptance letter from your early decision school months before March and knowing you’ve already been admitted somewhere that’s a great match for you. You’ll be able to enjoy the rest of your senior year free of the pressure of wondering whether you’ll get into a school of your choice. Early decision (ED) is a binding

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How to Pick a Safety School

September 18, 2019

If you have started researching colleges, you may have heard that it’s important to keep one or two safety schools on your list. While the prospect of attending an Ivy League or similarly prestigious school might be alluring, you are far from guaranteed admission at top schools due to the increasingly tough competition. If you only apply to reach schools, you risk the chance of not getting accepted to any college! That’s the last thing you want after years of working hard in high school.

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Law School Interviews Guide: Everything You Need to Know

September 16, 2019

As the opening date for law school applications starts coming closer, it’s likely that you’ve been wondering how to prepare for your law school interviews. Even if you’re currently focused on getting your LSAT scores and recommendations submitted on time, it’s never too early to familiarize yourself with the interview process, and whether or not the schools on your list

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An Analysis of the Cornell Supplemental Essays 2019-2020

September 11, 2019

After working on multiple essays for each of your schools, you might be surprised to learn that you only have to write one supplemental essay for Cornell University. But it’s a big one! Your response must be as long as your personal statement. Cornell receives thousands of applications from students all over the world who have many unique stories to tell, so this part of the application

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A Guide to Caribbean Medical Schools

September 10, 2019

The medical school admissions process is undoubtedly grueling - but there are ways to make it easier by opening your options beyond the United States. If you’re unhappy with your MCAT score or you’ve sadly faced rejection from MD or DO schools, it’s time to consider applying to Caribbean medical schools. Not only do Caribbean medical schools place less value on MCAT scores

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A Guide to the Columbia Supplemental Essays 2019-2020

September 9, 2019

Columbia University is without a doubt one of the most competitive schools in the world. Consistently ranked among the top five colleges, Columbia attracts a wide range of students from all over the world. With the knowledge that you’ve got your work cut out for you, it’s time to think about ways to distinguish yourself. If your application to Columbia stems from genuine enthusiasm

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How to Approach the Stanford Supplemental Essays 2019-2020

September 6, 2019

If you’re a top student excited by the combination of academic challenges and pleasant California weather, you’ve probably got your heart set on applying to Stanford University. As one of the most well-regarded universities in the country, Stanford is many students’ go-to when it comes to identifying a school that values intellectual curiosity. But it would be wise to put your best foot forward when completing the Stanford supplemental essays 2019-2020 and let the school know that you’re

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How to Make A Professional Resumé

September 5, 2019

A resumé is the single most important document for a job seeker. While it is difficult to condense a lifetime of skills, interests, experiences, and education onto one page, it is essential to have a complete and professional summary of your credentials. The resumé serves as a way to introduce yourself to hiring managers, convince them to learn more about you as a potential hire, and grant you an interview.

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Job Interview Dos and Don’ts

September 4, 2019

After working hard on many applications, an email for a job interview flies into your inbox. Congratulations - it’s a step in the right direction! But, you might also be nervous, and naturally so. Interviewing for a job, whether it’s a summer internship or a full-time position, can be daunting. This article includes some practical tips to set you up for a successful job interview, as well as pointers on what you should avoid. Like anything

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