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MBA Ivy League


As a former Harvard admissions interviewer, I work with both MBA & EMBA clients applying to the top programs, with client acceptance to: Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Kellogg, Booth, MIT and Yale! 12 more words

Ivy League

Being Smart and Being Successful

I’ve never been told I was smart.

I’ve never thought it to be true either.

I didn’t graduate from high school in the top ten percentile. 735 more words


Hamline University Graduate Erik Wong on the Value of College Football

by Erik Wong (Hamline University Class of 2014 and Dublin High School Class of 2010)

After high school I went to Hamline University. At Hamline I played football for all 4 years as I worked towards my degree. 1,120 more words

Education Innovation

High School Extracurriculars

You won’t impress an admissions committee by asking for a tour of the all–night study lounge. Yes, colleges want bright students. But even more, they want bright, well–rounded students. 340 more words

Early Decision and Early Action DETAILS

Here’s a quick explanation of the difference between college Early Decision and Early Action programs.  Scroll below the video to download lists of colleges with these plans! 154 more words

Getting In: A College Admissions Primer

The Duke Gifted Letter interviewed college admissions officers at several leading universities for insights into what students and parents should know about the college admissions process. 13 more words

College Admissions

Q&A on St. John's University's Google + Presence

Janna Crabb (@jcrabb) is director of online communications at CASE.

As part of a series of posts around Google +, I spoke with Sandra Ordonez, assistant director of social media in the office of enrollment management at St. 368 more words

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