Some people say that it is never too early to get started preparing for college. It is, however, extremely difficult to begin thinking about college when you are still five or more years away! While there are plenty of overzealous parents trying to steer their children to Harvard and beyond, it is a good idea … Continue reading College prep for middle schoolers
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College is expensive – there’s no way around it. Most students knows how to pinch a few pennies, and while the Ramen noodle and all-you-can-eat dining hall diet can help in the short term, students are looking for ways to lessen their loan burden. Here are three financial aid tips to do so. First off, … Continue reading Three Financial Aid Tips
Having trouble obtaining the score you’re targeting on the GMAT? You’re not alone. The GMAT can be a painstaking standardized test – even more so following the addition of a new section in June. While the GMAT remains the norm for MBA applicants, there now over 800 programs that accept the Graduate Record Exam, or … Continue reading Taking the GMAT vs the GRE
Today’s college admission requirements are always changing to incorporate new tests, new schools of thinking and different human traits. More and more students are now taking both the ACT and the SAT, or the ACT in place of the SAT for various reasons. Which one should you take? The SAT can be considered the incumbent … Continue reading Should you take the SAT or ACT?
Earlier this month, the Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, changed. The revised GMAT now contains a new section called “Integrated Reasoning” – leaving test takers and MBA hopefuls the task of tackling it with little preparation. Why did the GMAT change? What can you do to prepare for the new section? How does this … Continue reading What changed on the GMAT?