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  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    13 Oct 2019
The ongoing US admissions scandal has caught many an eyeball. The scandal is more accurately a criminal conspiracy involving bribery, faked credentials and money laundering, all for the purpose of get...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    22 Mar 2020
Interviews for college admissions can be stressful. It’s the last lap, you feel you’re running out of steam, but hold on. There’s hope yet. The mantra for a great interview is simple...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    17 Oct 2019
How to answer the "identity and culture" question in college applications The Common App has a question, “Some students have a background or story that is so central to their identity that they...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    19 Jun 2019
When should I go abroad – Undergrad vs. Master’s studies? We often get this question from anxious parents and students alike – when is it a good time to go abroad for further studie...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    06 Mar 2019
Reading through an article in the Atlantic on active forgetting (How Active Forgetting Makes Memory More Efficient?), it occurred to me that the current age of cheap memory sticks and cameras in every...
  • 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:
    06 Mar 2019
In a fast-changing world where new learning is the only constant, I have often wondered if there are some hacks that can help improve the ability to learn. In my research for the same, it mattered tha...
  • 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...