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British English vs. American English vs. Australian English vs. Indian English

Most students from the Indian subcontinent aspiring to study abroad, have basic fluency in English. But that may not armour them for the barrage of phrases and accents they will encounter while speaking the same language in the US, UK, or Australia.

'Almost one-third of our applications are from international students'

Michelle Beaton, director of recruitment for the University of Toronto’s engineering school, says international students can get merit-based scholarships and a whole year’s professional experience.

6 ominous classics everyone should read

Fiction about the dark side of human nature and technology has important lessons for us, whether we’re studying to be writers, engineers, doctors, social scientists, or anything else

4 Simple Ways to Become a Grammar Nazi

Do you use the word irregardless? Or the phrase 'both of y'all'? Are you very confused when it comes to using 'I, me, myself'? Here are four ways release your grammar worries and be a grammar nazi!

Helen Keller: 'Some day I shall go to college - but I shall go to Harvard!'

Keller, who became deaf and blind in infancy, not only learned several languages, but also listened to music, wrote poetry, and championed several causes. And yes, she went to Harvard.

The Importance of the SAT Verbal Score

Admission officers look closely at how foreign students score on the verbal portions of SAT exams, says Jacques Steinberg, senior editor at The New York Times and author of “The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College”.

13 Weird and Wonderful Words You Will Love

Weird words that you probably didn't know before. Wonderful words you will never forget after reading below. All in BrainGain magazine's list of 13. Read on.

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