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Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions

A rushed application is rarely a strong one. Typos get missed. Recommenders go MIA. Websites crash. Applying to university or grad school is stressful enough. Don't add to your adrenaline spikes by giving yourself a tight time limit. And if you're

Job Search, Career Transition, Oral & Written Communication, Intra & Interpersonal Skills

In an era of multitudinous job sites and recruitment firms, getting noticed by the prospective employer is no small feat. If you have an interview letter in hand, it is a time for jubilation but certainly not relaxation. Interview skills is an Achilles heel

Leadership & Teams

There are a lot of tips and tricks out there for juggling a career and a personal life, and they run the gauntlet from reasonable time management to abject selfishness. But it really all comes down to one thing: knowing when and how to say No.

Undergraduate Admissions

Compared to the UK's prim single personal statement and Singapore's short essay questions, the American application to university is an awful lot of work. Not only is it necessary to write a 650 word common app essay, but almost every school has its

Undergraduate Admissions

As an admissions counselor, nothing is more difficult than telling a student that they've missed their chance to apply this year. They've worked so hard for their grades and painstakingly decided which dream to pursue, only to miss a vital step that


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