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Prepare for Ivy League Admissions in Middle School

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There’s a lot that you can do a middle school to prepare yourself for Ivy League admissions. After all, the earlier that you start the smarter you’ll be, the more educated you’ll be, and as a result you’ll have a higher GPA in high school, you’ll have more experience taking standardized tests, preparing yourself for […]

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How to get into Harvard in 30 minutes

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Take care of your GPA from freshman year This is a no-brainer but should be said anyway. Some students like to slack-off after middle school – it’s a new environment, you may not have a solid group of friends, you’re still getting use to everything. But a poor freshman year GPA can kill you. You […]

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SAT secrets: what colleges look for and how to prepare

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The SAT test is a rite of passage for all high school students. Score too low, and you face an uphill battle to get into Harvard. You’ll spend hundreds of hours studying for, worrying about, and taking the exam. Here, I’ll discuss two key questions on your mind. One, what do colleges like Stanford look […]

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Why reading lists won’t help at all – don’t listen to your high school counselor or college advisors

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If you’ve read some of my previous articles on college admissions, you’ll realize that I’m blunt and will tell you exactly how I view an issue. Let’s talk about reading lists. Reading lists are the biggest waste of time. High school counselors, private tutors, expensive admissions coaches – everyone will tell you that reading lists […]

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