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  • 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:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    10 Feb 2019
Chicago University recently announced that its international students do not have any mandatory requirements to report SAT or ACT scores. Many other universities have eased out the SAT requirements ov...
  • Category:
    Insights & Information
  • Published:
    27 Jun 2017
Why study in Australia? Australia is the largest producer of minerals in the world. Mining is a significant primary industry in Australia and contributes significantly to its GDP. In recent years, min...
  • 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:
    07 Jul 2018
The total cost of doing 2 years full time MBA from top B-Schools varies from $2,30,000 – 1,90,000 which is a huge amount to pay therefore scholarships and loan...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    01 Jan 2017
Applying to an international university is a big decision. Not only is it about the expense but also the experience that can easily swing from being great to harrowing, if not thought through properly...
  • Category:
    Admission Application
  • Published:
    03 Mar 2017
The Letters of Reference (LoR) are the third-party validation of your self-declaration in the application to any university. These letters help the evaluator look at your application ...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    06 Jan 2017
Students often ask me whether they would be able to get into a top-notch college. My answer to this is a short ‘Yes.’ If a student believes in herself and work hard towards her admission, ...