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The best way to know if a university is right for you – tips from expert Holly Singh

Holly Singh, who oversees many aspects of the international student experience at Arizona State University, shares some great practical tips regarding rankings, choosing a school, and much more

How to write a unique law school essay

The essay shouldn’t necessarily be a “Here is why I want to be a lawyer essay,” but there should be some indication as to why you are interested in a legal career. Tell the admissions committee something about yourself and your life. Use prose to draw readers in and keep them interested, says Derek Meeker, a senior law school consultant.

Tackling the supplement essays

In the seventh of her 12-part series, Katherine Mehta talks about supplement essays - what they are and how you should tackle them.

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”.

Student Speak: This is why I applied early decision to Emory

Preparing for the next chapter in your student life can be a daunting prospect. But, as long as you think clearly and prepare well, there's nothing to worry about. In the first of our new Student Speak series, Aniketh Khutia, an alumnus of the Knowledge@Wharton High School's summer program, takes us through his application process.

Book Review: Admission

The novel that tells the tales from behind-the-scenes at the workings of elite college admissions in the U.S.

Where to get great tips on studying abroad from international experts - for free!

If you’re in Delhi on February 11, don’t miss our student information session, where experts from around the world will answer your questions

Letters of recommendation - who, when, and how

In the sixth of her 12-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about how to get a recommendation letter that can take you one step closer to your dream school.

The new NYU Stern MBA application looks for emotional intelligence

NYU's Stern School of Business recently added a required EQ recommendation, and dropped its famous creative essay in favor of what it’s calling a 'Pick Six' essay.

40% universities are expecting a rise in student enrollment in 2021/22

With the pandemic impacting everything from school-leaving exams to admissions criteria, the ISC report studies how universities are adapting and what they can expect in terms of student enrollment.

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