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  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    19 Jun 2019
At UnivAdmitHelp, it has been our constant endeavor to broaden the mind-space of our youth. The real question is “how do we broaden the mind-space”? A fascinating theory about multi-discip...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    15 Feb 2018
Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book, David and Goliath, like his previous others, is a riveting read. Like always, his assertions are backed by research, compelling evid...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    04 Apr 2018
Recently, a lot of ink has been spent writing on the bankruptcy proceedings for “Toys R Us”, a US based toys’ retailer, that fueled the fancy of many childrens dreams with its premis...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    08 May 2017
Summer Programs = Explore The concept of summer school is fantastic as it allows the kid to explore and learn. It is more like a seminal enriching experience of life. In our opinion a student should s...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    11 Apr 2017
If you are worried about your kid’s addiction to Diablo, Hearthstone or Dark Souls (these are some of the more popular games which kids play these days), then you are not alone. However, this m...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    03 Sep 2018
The problem of focus is a real one! And it is getting compounded as the world opens up and everything seems within reach, thanks to the internet. However, when building a profile for the Ivy League, f...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    29 Aug 2018
Abundance vs Scarcity Mindset in the Context of Education and Career Pathways Economists have known for hundreds of years one fact: “In a competitive marketplace, price always falls to the mar...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    10 Sep 2018
“The future happens very slowly and then all at once,” says technology writer Kevin Kelly. Humans have evolved from hunter-gatherer origins and are hard-wired to respond to instantaneous c...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    24 Jul 2018
In our work, we have seen that the typical student is focused on a few domains that are taught at school, and the parents are focused on assessments and test scores. It is a common expectation that we...