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Early Decision Statistics Among Elite Colleges

The building of the Class of 2021 has begun! Many schools saw an increase in early applications, Princeton was up 18 percent and Columbia, Duke, Dartmouth, and Cornell reported the largest early application pools in their...

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Concern Expressed Over the New MCAT

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) has been called the single most important factor in the medical school admissions process. It is a test of acquired knowledge and skills, covering topics from biology...

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7 Soft Skills Students Need for Success

Although you may have scored a 1600 on the new SAT or a 36 on the ACT, true academic success combines both hard and soft skills. Hard skills are your technical proficiencies, while soft skills are your interpersonal...

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How to Improve Your LSAT Score

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a challenging assessment that helps determine a student’s eligibility to pursue a career in law. Offered four times a year in February, June, late September or October and December, the LSAT is an early, yet crucial step in the process of becoming a lawyer! If you have already…

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College Students Targeted by Scammers

The cost of college tuition continues to rise, much to the chagrin of both parents and students. Young adults this age are looking forward to their independence, yet they are also very susceptible upon entering the real world. Recently reported in the news, college students are a major target for financial scams. In addition to…

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