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Admissions Statistics from the Class of 2021

If you look at graphs of the number of applicants at top tier colleges the trend has pretty much been upward for 20 consecutive years, even during economic downturns. The release of the online Common Application...

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Spring LSAT Study for Students Now in College: Part II

The reason we push spring study for undergrads is that the LSAT is only given four times a year: June, September, December and February. February is too late for admission to the highly-regarded law schools...

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Spring LSAT Study for Students Now in College: Part I

Here's the good and not-so-good for LSAT study when a college student is already absorbed in studies. Unlike SAT prep, where vocabulary absorption takes a long time, LSAT is an all-skills test.

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Advice from Top Tier Admissions

Michelle Hernandez and Mimi Doe are renowned college admissions consultants. They specialize in helping students raise their profiles for admission to highly selective colleges. Ivy Bound’s Mark Greenstein posed a few...

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Benefits of College Tutoring

As students get older, they become more reluctant to ask for help. Unfortunately, there can be a “social stigma” associated with enlisting a tutor. We’re here to tell that there’s no shame in asking for help! If you’re a college student...

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