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  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    30 Mar 2020
With April round the corner, the date for accepting a college admission is fast approaching. However, the excitement to begin a new course, in a new country, to take some big steps, explore education ...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    24 Jan 2018
I am often confronted with the sight of my kid lying around doing nothing, and the desire to push him to do something, anything (except lying around), becomes the blinding thought. Trained on a consta...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    13 Apr 2018
A lot of my students ask me whether it really matters that they get into top schools. We all know that getting into a top college like Harvard or Stanford is extremely difficult, and addit...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    13 Jan 2017
What would get me admitted to the Princeton University? In the admissions of undergraduate students, Princeton admission committee like applicants who make a difference in their schools and commu...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    10 Jan 2017
What would get me admitted to the Harvard University? Harvard University’s admission process for undergraduates enables them to give deliberate and meticulous consideration o...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    07 Jun 2018
I have always looked to simplify life around me, and most of the times it has been easy, because I have been ruthless about throwing out things that were not in use at the time of the clean-up. Simila...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    28 Aug 2018
Most of my ‘successful’ mentees have worked extremely hard to get into colleges or career paths that they are currently at. While I have constantly talked about the value of persistence an...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    02 Feb 2017
What would get me admitted to the Cornell University? At Cornell University the admission process for undergraduate students is highly individualized, and the admissions ...