Of course, learning to solve problems under time pressure is an important part of preparing for the GMAT. You should do everything you can do to maximize your ability to perform at the highest level on as many questions as possible. As well as you prepare, as diligently as you practice, you may find yourself … Continue reading Guessing and skipping strategy for the GMAT
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Seniors will be hearing from colleges soon. While students might think of only two possible responses from a university (accept or reject), many colleges will add a third option to the mix: waitlist. (There are actually a few other responses, such as a guaranteed transfer, or summer or winter admission.) Being waitlisted by a college … Continue reading What to do if you’ve been waitlisted
When beginning the college admissions process, it’s important to work closely with your school counselor – he or she can serve as a resource for information on developing a college list, standardized tests and financial aid. Because the ratio of students to guidance counselors can be as high as 500:1, however, working with just your … Continue reading Benefits of an admissions counselor
Colleges and universities will typically require applicants to take either the SAT or ACT as part of the admissions process. Many colleges that rank in the top 50 or 100 also require the SAT Subject Tests – academic subject-based tests that help an admissions office assess your child’s preparedness for college. Colleges will also often … Continue reading What are SAT Subject Tests?
Story on “Education-tech Ecosystem Grows in Boston” in Boston Globe.