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5 things you need to know about China's Gaokao

The Gaokao is one of the toughest exams in the world. Find out more about it here.

College Board partners with Indian universities to offer full-tuition scholarships to India's most needy

The makers of the SAT, along with partner Indian universities, seek to universalize access to higher education.

Interested in studying abroad? Register for our Information Session now

BrainGain Magazine is hosting a free information session on studying abroad. If you're a prospective international student, you need to be there!

7 simple tips for dealing with your exam results

Results can be emotionally draining, but there is no reason why a few poor grades should derail your future. Here are some ways to deal with the aftermath of your results.

Here's your chance to win a study trip to Australia!

Participate in a video competition for high-school students in India. If you're among the 5 winning teams, you, your teammate, and a teacher will get to visit an Australian university, all expenses paid

Leadership, entrepreneurship, and extracurriculars: Q&A with Diana Drake of K@WHS

How can a high-school student succeed in school, university and beyond? The Managing Editor of Knowledge@Wharton High School answers.

Apply now to attend the Master Learners Academy at Arizona State University

Arizona State University's Master Learners Academy is a unique opportunity for high school students to learn the art of innovation and the science of robotics in two thrilling weeks. Find out more below.

Apply Now for St. John's University's Global Innovators Academy Summer Program

Are you a high school student who wants to learn about innovation & interpersonal skills? Applications are open for St. Johns Universityís Global Innovators Academy Summer Program.

Calling all high school students! Here′s your chance to learn finance at an Ivy League university this summer

In summer 2019, you could be getting a taste of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (and you donít even have to enroll for a degree)!

Announcing BrainGain Magazine Essay Competition Winners 2018

We received many great entries which made it tough to pick the top three essays. Congratulations to our winners!

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