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  • 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:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    28 Jan 2017
Writing a Statement of Purpose can be a daunting task. We have developed a scientific way of writing paragraphs for your SOPs. This approach has ensured that our students ha...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    03 Jun 2020
Will colleges and universities return to standardised tests like SATs? How can you apply for your overseas education if exams and tests have been cancelled?    If you claim to be the future,...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    04 Dec 2019
The cost of Higher Education has always been a cause of concern for parents as well as the students. If while trying to reduce the cost, we can also arrive at an economy of time, who could complain? T...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    06 Mar 2019
American psychologist and psychometrician, Robert J Sternberg's came up with the triarchic theory of intelligence suggesting that there are three kinds of intelligence:   Componential intelligenc...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    10 Feb 2020
Slippery areas you can avoid while writing your college essays We all know what we need to do when writing essays for our application. What we don’t know is what not to do. Here are some tips ab...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    10 Jul 2017
Why study in Europe? Europe is the cultural capital of the world. Seeped in a rich history of music, art and varied other cultural pursuits, Europe has given to us the likes of Vincent Van ...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    02 Apr 2018
How can that be possible? I even don’t know about my personality, leave alone aligning that with the persona of the university. Most people decide their college of choice basis the rankings (and...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    31 Jul 2019
The Pygmalion effect is the phenomenon whereby others' expectations of a target person affect the target person's performance. A corollary of the Pygmalion effect is the golem effect, in which low ex...