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All the University Applications I Wrote

Applying to a graduate program at any university abroad is a special experience. It is akin to undertaking a journey of self-discovery, helping us to understand certain facets of our personality better.

How Many Times Should I take the SAT?

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

School research - finding the right fit

In this concluding article of her 12-part monthly series, Katherine Ernst Mehta offers some great advice on choosing universities and colleges to apply to

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Grad School 101: How you can find the graduate program of your dreams

Picking the right grad program can be intimidating. Learn more about how to find your fit with graduate schools and how to research grad programs in the first of our Grad School 101 series.

Making the best choice between your acceptance offers

So you’ve received the reward of all your hard work in terms of multiple admission offers from universities, and now have to make your choice. Katherine Ernst Mehta advises you how in the second of a 12-part series on U.S. College Admissions 101.

What to do if you're deferred from your Early Action/Early Decision school

If a college or university defers your early application, you can still make it through in the regular application. In the 11th instalment of our 12-part series on US college admissions, we share helpful pointers on how not to let deferrals defeat you.

What is the Common App for college admissions, and how does it work?

The Common Application for 2017-18 is live now. You can use it to apply to nearly 700 colleges and universities in the US, Canada, China, and some countries in Europe. Here’s how it works

Demonstrated interest - what it is and why it matters

In the eighth of her twelve-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about demonstrated interest and how it can increase your chances of being accepted by a US university.

A perfect SAT score isn't everything

Here’s some advice from a UC Berkeley undergrad who aced the SAT – and got rejected by 5 of the 7 Ivy League schools he applied to (don’t worry, things turned out great)

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