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The Showdown: The SAT v/s The ACT

The Showdown: The SAT v/s The ACT Now that we’ve been introduced to the SAT and the ACT, let’s look at how the two compare and which might be the better option for you! For “standardizing” the evaluation process, the SAT and the ACT are very different from each other. But undergrad colleges around the US now accept both of them More >

 27 April , 2012 in Jobs and Careers
NACE Data shows hiring outlook looking up for Class of ’11

According to data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) in the U.S. the hiring outlook for the Class of 2011 is looking up. That’s good news, and unexpected news, for students graduating in the U.S. Employers responding to a recent NACE survey indicated that they expect to hire 14 percent more graduating More >

 22 February , 2011 in Jobs and Careers
University of California see highest ever applications and recorded their lowest ever admissions rate

Securing a place as an undergraduate at the University of California has become more difficult than ever, as 100,000 students applied this year. “It’s the highest number of applicants we’ve ever had and the fewest we’ve offered admissions,” said Don Daves-Rougeaux, the university’s associate director of undergraduate admissions articulation and eligibility.   UCLA was the most selective of UC’s nine More >

 03 June , 2010 in Breaking News
Foreign Student Applications Rise 7% at American Graduate Schools

According to a report released on April 6th by the Council of Graduate Schools, applications by international students to American graduate schools are up 7 percent over last year. This year, for the fifth year in a row, applications to U.S. graduate schools from prospective international students increased, and the rate of increase outpaced that More >

 16 April , 2010 in Breaking News
The SAT: When it is important and when it is not important for US College Applications

Most high school students I meet spend a significant amount of their time preparing for the SAT and worrying about their scores. I believe it is important for applicants to have a strategy for the SAT, because the options surrounding the SAT are more complex than many people initially think. So is the SAT important? More >

 13 April , 2010 in Published Articles