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Featured on ABC News! InGenius Prep Comments on the SAT Adversity Score

May 17, 2019

College Board’s announcement of the new SAT adversity score expands the conversation about privilege and fairness in the application process. As the recent college admissions scandal continues to unfold, this development intensifies the discussion. Watch Susan Shifflett, one of our Former Admissions Officers from Yale, provide her perspective about the SAT adversity score on ABC News!

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How to Make Your First Professional Resumé

May 16, 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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How to Get Into Duke

May 16, 2019

You might have heard of the Blue Devils during March Madness, and you’ll probably come across them when researching your college list. Duke University is one of the most prestigious schools in the country, known for its state-of-the-art research facilities and strong involvement in athletics. If you’ve looked at the astounding college acceptance rates for the Class of 2023

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Work Experience for Business School: What the Top Programs Look For

May 13, 2019

You might be almost done with college and wondering when it’s time to apply to business school. Or, you have been working out of college for a couple of years and aren’t sure if you’re ready to pursue that MBA you’ve always wanted to. Either way, when looking at the business school application requirements

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The Best Undergraduate Engineering Schools

May 13, 2019

Whether it’s always been your dream career, or you discovered your prowess one fine Tuesday in the middle of physics lab, if you wish to study engineering, why wait until graduate school? Consider applying to one of the best undergraduate engineering schools in the country. Attending an undergraduate engineering program provides students with hands-on

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AP US History Study Tips: How to Ace Your APUSH Exam

May 8, 2019

Worried about your workload in AP US History? While there are no magic shortcuts, I can offer some advice. For starters, you should know that not all work is created equal. A New York Times article about how hard APUSH students have to work described students memorizing minute historical dates.

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Medical School Personal Statement: 3 Essential Elements

May 8, 2019

You’ve got the grades, you’ve got the MCAT score, you’ve got the extracurriculars. But so does almost every other candidate. It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle when you’re applying to medical school alongside thousands of other brilliant

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The Common App vs. The Coalition Application: Key Similarities and Differences

May 6, 2019

Along with the corresponding increases in total application numbers and applications submitted per student, there comes an increase in application-oriented anxiety. The sheer coordination of competing logistics -- different essays, different testing requirements, different deadlines

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Why I Loved Being a Stanford Student

May 6, 2019

Putting how much I enjoyed my Stanford experience into words is hardly possible. I was THAT Stanford student who expressed my love of Stanford to every single person I met. Stanford is known for its absurdly low acceptance rate (4.8%!), and academically challenging environment. But it is so much more than just Nerd Nation. Stanford is an incredibly welcoming institution.

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8 Good Habits for High School Students

May 2, 2019

By the time you enter high school, you have developed lots of habits: some good, some bad, and some ugly. Your high school years are the perfect time to specifically cultivate a new routine that will help you on your way to getting into your dream colleges. The 8 good habits for high school students described below include some practical suggestions that can help you enhance

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