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Tips to survive your first year at UCLA

Things only a seasoned Bruin can tell you.

Grad School 101: How to write a truly effective statement of purpose

This final instalment of our series dedicated to graduate applications focuses on writing a great statement of purpose. Here are 8 insightful tips.

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)

How do you strike a balance between sports and studies? Q&A with NCR topper and student-athlete Achintya Krishna

NCR topper and point guard for the NBA Academy, Achintya Krishna talks about how he brings focus and discipline into his performance on and off the court.

Happy Halloween: 5 ghost stories from universities that will drive chills up your spine

You’ve heard about party schools but have you heard about spooky schools? We’re celebrating Halloween at BrainGain Magazine by sharing great ghost stories from international universities (because grades aren’t spooky enough)!

5 tips on how to prepare your kids for studying abroad

Julia Regul Singh, author and parent, shares 5 tips on how to inspire and prepare your kids to study abroad.

6 Simple Ways To Stay Healthy While Studying Abroad

Staying healthy is crucial factor in ensuring your academic success. BrainGain magazine brings you 6 ways to keep in the best of health.

Devoted to dance and wondering where to study? Here are 5 great schools you can choose from!

“When you dance, you enjoy the luxury of being you.” -Paulo Coehlo

5 transferable skills that will boost your value in the job market

Transferable skills are those that you have built up over the years, and can go a long way in persuading the recruiters that you are right for the job.

Networking for Graduates: Why it matters

When questioned, graduate students often confess that a university's network is often one of its biggest draws after academic excellence. What is networking and why is it important? In the first of her three-part series, Kavita Mehta responds.

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