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Ultimate Guide to Early Admissions Round for the Class of 2025
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Ultimate Guide to Early Admissions Round for the Class of 2025

The run up to the Christmas and New Year holidays is always interesting as it is when we start to get an indication as to how the college application round is shaping up. This year has been exceptionally interesting as the impacts of COVID 19 has resulted in an early admissions round like no other.

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Comprehensive Guide on How to Deal with College Rejection?
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Comprehensive Guide on How to Deal with College Rejection?

Over the next few weeks colleges will be sending out letters, or more likely emails, telling students if they have been accepted into their college. We obviously hope that every student gets accepted into their first choice college, but the reality is that not everybody will. Here are some observations on how you can deal with the natural disappointment of not being accepted.

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Exploring About English Language Test for International Students
Admissions

Do I need to take an English Language test?

As an international student, there are so many different steps you’ll need to understand and navigate when applying to universities in the United States, one question that we are frequently asked is ‘Do I need to take an English language test?’.

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Writing your UCAS Personal Statement

Your UCAS Personal Statement (PS) is the one opportunity that you get to talk about why you want to study a particular degree. It is your opportunity to demonstrate the drive, ambition, skills and achievements that make you a great choice for the universities you have applied to. Unfortunately, you only have a limited amount of room to sell yourself, 4,000 characters, including spaces, and 47 lines, roughly one page of A4. This limitation means that you need to express yourself in a clear and succinct way, leaving little room for filler.

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How to Write Essays for US College and University Application?
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How to Write Essays for US College and University Application?

US colleges and universities practice holistic admissions, which means that they are looking at their applicants as being whole individuals with their unique set of experiences and learnings. For this reason, your college essays need to reflect the values and skills you have developed as a result of all those wonderful things mentioned in your résumé

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Tips for the Stanford Supplemental Essays

Stanford University is keen to understand the depth and breadth of your personality, something that doesn’t reflect in your transcripts. That is why Stanford’s supplemental essays are designed to get to know you beyond the academic data. This is your chance to diversify your application. Show elements of intellectual curiosity, volunteering experience, interdisciplinary learning, reading engagement, and tell them who you truly are as an individual.

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Five tips to help you get what you need to do

At some point in the year, just about every student I work with will comment about having deadlines that they are struggling to meet. For many it is just a short term challenge but for a few it can become a cause of stress and anxiety that impacts on the academic and extra-curricular work together with their relationships with those close to them.

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Importance of Reading Habits in Students for College Admissions
Admissions

Your Reading Habits can help you Win your Dream College

Most colleges expect you to demonstrate critical thinking skills in numerous ways.

The simple reason: they are looking at crafting a well-informed community. A typical classroom environment in the US and UK involves engaging discussions filled with perspectives and counter-perspectives. Moreover, tons of student clubs and organizations drive the campus spirit.

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