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How Important Is Community Service and Volunteer Work Really? Plus Other Insights for International Students

Today’s email comes from an international student who is currently in Singapore: Hi, I am [name removed] and currently studying at a US community college in Singapore. However, I wish to take the SATs as I intend to transfer in a year’s time. However, if I only have average scores(mostly Bs and a few As) […]

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Get into Harvard: science research at your local college

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Recently we covered the topic of taking college classes for college admissions. Today, I’ll explain another big opportunity available at your local university. When I say local university, I don’t mean community college. I mean real, 4-year fully accredited universities! This applies specifically to the science/math/academically focused students – but everyone should be sufficiently well-rounded […]

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Why taking college classes can be the Harvard edge

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Most high school students are missing a huge opportunity to separate themselves from the rest of the college admissions pack. Take college classes now Not after you’re admitted to Princeton, but before. Why does this help? 1) It shows extraordinary initiative on your part to go beyond what’s required 2) Assuming you do well in […]

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