14 Mar

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Attention SAT Takers »

Attention SAT Takers
Hitherto, the College Board used to conduct SAT six times in a year for international students-
October, November, December, January, May and June months. Recently, due to some alleged
cheating by some international students and to curtail this and the number of attempts given, the
College Board has announced a revised schedule of exams, in line with the students of USA.

10 Mar

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GMAT Preparation »

GMAT Preparation
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) assesses the general aptitude of graduate students before they get admitted to an MBA program. The three and a half hour standardized test is prepared of four components which test your skills essay construction, pattern recognition, and other skills. If you are preparing for the GMAT, here are five practical steps to acing it.

12 Jan

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How to Improve Your Chances of Getting A Scholarship »

One of the first things you should do before applying for scholarships is to verify whether or not you qualify to be a visible minority or have a disability. This is because there are a large number of scholarships that target these individuals. Of course, not everyone is a minority, and for the majority of people other criteria are looked at to determine who is eligible for a scholarship.

12 Jan

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Passing the Test: Scholarships andthe PSAT »

In your sophomore or junior year of high school, if you live in the United States, you will take a series of test called the PSAT. It will measure your critical reading skills, math ability and your writing skills.

12 Jan

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Distance Learning Is Not For Everyone »

Distance learning is a great advance forward in making education more accessible to millions of Americans who would simply not have the time or resources to obtain a college degree or technical certificate. It allows people from all over the country, even in remote or rural areas to plug into technology that lets them learn, at their own speed and on their own time.

12 Jan

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Harvard Business School: Learning the Future of Business »

When it comes to business schools, Harvard Business School always emerges as one of the top choices for many aspiring businessmen and entrepreneurs.  This is the school that is famous throughout the world and is also one of the most respected.  It has produced many of the past and present leaders in business and government.

12 Jan

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Getting a New Spin: Online Learning »

Online Learning as an Outlet for Motivation
Most people who are motivated for success always find a niche where they can become better. As Rome is not build in a day, being a financially successful person will need a constant pounding to force one to change his ways. In achieving financial freedom, theory and practice is not a silly round in the putty.

29 Dec

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Are SAT prep courses worth it? »

SAT value has actually altered significantly over the previous few years. Many students strive to score as high as possible, due to the fact that a high SAT rating might equate into approval, and in many cases, scholarship loan.
The fundamentals of testing can be learnt quite quickly; however the focus of this article is whether spending a number of thousand dollars for a prep course is ideal.

29 Dec

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GRE: History of GRE »

The ETS, which considering the modification in GRE, even revealed the date of implementation once again given the relief of shy to the trainees by delaying its execution for exactly a year.

26 Dec

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SAT Important Information »

SAT Classes in Mumbai
Are SAT prep courses worth it?
 
SAT value has actually altered significantly over the previous few years. Many students strive to score as high as possible, due to the fact that a high SAT rating might equate into approval, and in many cases, scholarship loan.