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After months of preparing essays, a resume and the many requirements for your college and graduate school admissions process, you might think all work is done. You’ve sent out your college and financial aid applications, and now the replies are …

 

We all want to be accepted. Accepted by friends, accepted by family and now, accepted by the colleges where you optimistically sent your applications a few months ago. April 1st, no joke, the envelopes are going to start filling your …

You are a unique human being with a story to tell.  You are more than just the application forms you have sent out to college admissions offices.  You are you and there is only one real way to separate yourself …

By Claudine Vainrub, Principal of EduPlan

With the beginning of a new year, we make resolutions, think of our goals towards the future and hope for great things to come. One of the tools to make all things happen is …

Finding the Perfect Match Between Demand, Skill and Interest

By Claudine Vainrub, MBA

If you are unemployed, a student, or at a time in your life when you are in doubt of your current career path, the time could be …

By Claudine Vainrub

As we approach the end of the year, we consider our resolutions for the next. There are many things we can do in the future to support our career and educational goals. If you have not taken …

‘Tis the time of year when the Florida Bright Futures application becomes available to all Florida seniors. Why is this important? Because this scholarship program can save you a great deal if you are a Floridian, attending a Florida public …

By Claudine Vainrub

It’s not too late yet to push that button, and it’s definitely not too early to click “submit” on your Common Application file. With the Regular Decision application deadline of January 1st (11:59pm) just around the corner, …

At this time of year it’s not just Christmas presents you should be wrapping up, but also your college applications.  Deadlines are looming and it is not advisable to leave it to the last minute to submit your applications.  Ideally, …

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 Students in China and South Korea who took the SAT on Oct. 11 will have their test scores delayed

Here is an interesting article from Time Magazine:

“All students living in China and South Korea who took the SAT on …

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According to a new article in TIME magazine, a redesigned SAT due out in the spring of 2016 will no longer reward students for the rote memorization of semi-obscure word definitions, but instead emphasize “high utility” words they’re more likely

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Last week I visited a school, Philadelphia University (aka “PhilaU”), which is difficult to consider within the context of college rankings. PhilaU has some very interesting programs that combine design, engineering and business education as well as a five-year Physician’s …

They say that practice makes perfect. It makes perfect sense, therefore, that students hoping to get a perfect score on their SAT (and who wouldn’t want a perfect score?) should take the PSAT once or twice to prepare for the …

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