AcceptU has assembled the largest team of former admissions officers to support applicants in the admissions process. In this blog series, we invite you to learn more about our team and insights gleaned from their previous admissions experience. Our second counselor Q&A comes from Kristen, who was previously a Director of Admission at Stanford’s Graduate School … Continue reading Q&A with former Stanford Graduate Admissions Officer
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Interested in pursuing an MS in finance? If so, it’s important to observe what recent class profiles look like and how your own profile compares to admitted students from recent years. Here are five class profiles from last year that are worth a look! MIT (Sloan) Class size: 114 Average GPA: 3.7 Average GMAT: 740 Percentage of female … Continue reading Master of Finance (MSF) class profiles
As a graduate student, applying for funding for research can be a long, difficult and uncertain process. Many fellowships are out there – but you’ll need to do your research to find the right ones! Even as an applicant to graduate programs – especially those in the sciences and in engineering – you should apply … Continue reading How to get graduate school funding
As an international applicant applying to U.S. graduate schools, there are five distinct advantages of taking the TOEFL exam: First and foremost, the TOEFL helps an admissions officer determine how your language skills will apply to an academic setting. Parts of the exam will test your speaking and reading skills in a similar fashion to … Continue reading Advantages of taking the TOEFL
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE General Test) is the most widely accepted standardized test for students pursuing their post-baccalaureate education. Find out what to expect, how to prepare and how your score stacks up against the competition!