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    How to Build an App in High School

    June 22, 2020

    It has become an unwritten rule that aspiring computer science majors must first build an app in high school before even applying to college. Even if you’re not a CS student, you can still learn how to

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    Questions to Ask Yourself When Thinking About College Fit

    June 18, 2020

    When you are a high school junior, there can be a lot on your plate, as you may be settling into leadership roles in your extracurriculars and planning when to take your standardized tests.

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    A Guide to Virtual College Tours

    June 17, 2020

    The college visit road trip: a longtime rite of passage where rising sophomores and juniors pile in the car with their parents and visit prospective college campuses. This year, with the outbreak of COVID-19, that tradition is now in jeopardy. So how do future college students get a feel for college campuses, and know where to apply?

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    How to Get Clinical Experience as a Pre-Med Student

    June 17, 2020

    Medical school admissions committees like to see that applicants have spent time becoming familiar with the actual practice of medicine. Clinical shadowing has become a popular way to assess a desire to practice medicine.

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    A Guide to the Best Pre-Med Study Tools As Your Prepare Your Application

    June 12, 2020

    As a pre-med student, your study set up most likely has been disrupted due to the emergence of COVID-19. Now that most things are operating remotely, you’ve found yourself in search of the best pre-med tools to help increase your productivity and enhance your preparation

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    How to Create a Website for Your Experiences

    June 10, 2020

    As a high school student, you’re involved in a lot of activities, and it can be hard to keep track of everything. While a resumé makes sense to write all that you’re involved in on paper, it is also very common and often can’t capture multimedia work. To bring a more interdisciplinary approach

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    Who Should Write Your MBA Recommendation Letters?

    June 9, 2020

    You’ve decided to take the next step and apply to business school. As you look over the required components, you notice that almost every school asks for a reference, ideally, from someone who has seen you in the workplace and is familiar with your leadership and collaboration efforts. It’s time to get started on deciding who you’ll pick to write your MBA recommendation letters.

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    How to Market Your Blog: Ways to Get the Word Out

    June 8, 2020

    Whether you really love writing, or you’re just passionate about a particular issue, many students like you are inspired to start a blog while still in high school. Over time, blogs have expanded from just being on a handful of common platforms to taking up a huge presence on social media as well. But, no matter how many Instagram accounts you start for your blogs, it can’t function if each of them have just 2 followers. Plus, you want your blog to look good in your college

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    Fall 2020 College Classes: How Campuses are Reopening

    June 4, 2020

    As the impact of COVID-19 drags on through the summer, college students are now asking what classes will look like in the fall. These students have been attending classes virtually since mid-March. Now, as the summer arrives, universities have begun making and posting

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    Building Your List of Business Schools: Factors to Consider

    June 3, 2020

    If you plan to apply to an MBA program in the coming months, you will want to ideally submit your applications before the Round 1 deadlines in September and October. This means that you will need to utilize the start of the year to work on your essays and other admissions

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