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July 10, 2015
Posted by ben | in GMAT | Comments ()
One would hope that an MBA program in the financial capital of the world would be stellar, and that is what NYU delivers. Of all its top ten rankings, highest (at #3 by U.S. News and World Report) is its finance program. NYU’s first year...
July 9, 2015
Posted by ben | in GMAT | Comments ()
A GMAT score report can be mystifying. It contains five numbers, one of which purports to be a “Total” score but isn’t really based on all of the rest. What does all this mean, and how can you make use of it? As you probably know,...
July 8, 2015
Posted by aaron.golumbfskie | in | Comments ()
I had a coach in high school who was fond of the saying, “You have two choices today: you can get better and you can get worse.” As we head into the heart of summer, I’ve been thinking about that saying quite a bit, but in a...
July 7, 2015
Posted by Ned Johnson | in SAT | Comments ()
I met yesterday with a student who remarked that the work we were doing was “so much easier” than the test he had taken at his school.  “I think I just work better when it isn’t so early in the morning.” “...
July 1, 2015
Posted by ben | in College Applications | Comments ()
In this video, Educational Counselor Jeff Knox lays out the reasons that admission numbers are what they are and why you shouldn't worry about it. 
June 25, 2015
Posted by ben | in Colleges | Comments ()
While this article first appeared in our January 2014 issue of our newsletter, the data has been updated.  Oh those pesky core curriculum requirements. They ensure a broad education, but they can get in the way of specialized pursuits, not to...
June 24, 2015
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June 23, 2015
Posted by ben | in College Applications | Comments ()
    By Maureen Delaney The college essay is your personal touch; your opportunity to demonstrate your writing and communications skills and prove your readiness for college level work.  A quick bit of advice: be yourself and choose a...
June 16, 2015
Posted by ben | in Colleges | Comments ()
While this article first appeared in the May 2013 issue of our newsletter, the data has been updated. Harvard and Stanford are two giants in the field of education. Both have garnered accolades galore and are synonymous worldwide with excellence....
June 10, 2015
Posted by ben | in Colleges | Comments ()
Note: While this article first appeared in the August 2013 issue of our newsletter, the data has been updated.  Southern Methodist University (SMU) and Tulane University have always had somewhat of a dual identity: enjoying a certain...
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