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7 things you need to study in Germany

Use our handy checklist to draw up your plan of action!

Straight Talk: What You Need to Know During Admission Season

Here are a few points for both parents and students to keep in mind to make the best of Indiaís messy admission season.

Here's How You Can Get the Best Reference Letter

Youíve ensured the best application you can make and now itís down to the reference letter. How do you make sure itís the best you can get? BrainGain magazine tells you how.

Studying Law in the U.S.

Law as a career has extraordinary durability. A law degree opens doors to private practice in big law firms, the government and business. But life at a law firm can be arduous. And yet the rewards are deeply satisfying Ė whether in terms of fighting for justice or receiving a fat pay packet.

Fake US Colleges: Watch Out for Six Red Flags Screaming Scam

You should hear warning bells when schools tell you that you can get a degree without much time or effort. Diploma mills lure students from India and China by offering Optional Practical Training from the day of enrollment.

How to Apply for a Student Pass to Singapore

BrainGain magazine brings you 3 basic steps to get you started with your student pass application to Singapore.

Education USA - Why is USA the Most Popular Education Destination?

BrainGain magazine met with Education USA advisors, Ms. Renuka Raja Rao, and Dr. Zafeena Suresh, to discuss why the USA is the first choice for most international students. This is the first of a two part article.

How Many Times Should I take the SAT?

College admissions officers say that after youíve taken the SAT four times or more, elite colleges in the US will start raising their eyebrows

How Elite U.S. Colleges Are Keeping the Asian Invasion at Bay

Asian overachievers may be rejected by Harvard in droves because top U.S. schools 'sculpt' the class with race and gender quotas in mind.

Shady recruitment agents put students' future at risk

Two news reports this week show how students pay a heavy price for scams by unscrupulous recruitment agents hired by US universities

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