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August 25, 2015
Posted by Ned Johnson | in PSAT | Comments ()
1.      College Board seemingly no longer sweats geeky vocab, so you don’t have to either.  Shed a tear for no longer needed obscure words, or wax lachrymose for seemingly defunct abstruse lexicon. ...
August 19, 2015
Posted by ben | in | Comments ()
by Ned Johnson You may be visiting friends in California, or summering in Wyoming, studying in Chicago, or already back in DC.  But, whether that region abides by PST, MST, CST or EST, right now the ST stands for Summer Time. It’s...
August 17, 2015
Posted by ben | in tips | Comments ()
By Ned Johnson “I'm honestly not ready for senior year. I'm not ready for scholarship applications, college applications, adult applications. I'm a kid.” “i'm going to be a senior in high school which means college...
August 12, 2015
Posted by ben | in grades | Comments ()
Transcript grades and standardized test scores are routinely reviewed as part of college applications, so clearly both are important, but in what ways? Both reflect academic ability but reflect different aspects of those abilities and in varying...
August 4, 2015
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The University of California San Francisco is a rarity in two respects. Its doors are only open to graduate students, and its degree programs are only in the field of health. Its four professional schools are in dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and...
July 30, 2015
Posted by ben | in tips | Comments ()
I’ve just returned from time away hiking, with sore legs, some muddy boots, and a stronger appreciation of the importance of a sense of control. While my kids were away at camp, my brother and his wife joined my wife and me for the weekend....
July 29, 2015
Posted by ben | in LSAT | Comments ()
The LSAT is all about logic. In all three sections, a good grasp of some of the fundamentals of logical analysis is extremely helpful: you’ll use it to understand complicated arguments, to spot logical gaps, and to make your own valid...
July 24, 2015
Posted by ben | in GRE | Comments ()
Given a #2 rating by U.S. News and World Report, the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at the University of Delaware (UD) is a definite standout= in this rapidly growing field. Physical therapists (commonly called PTs) help their injured and...
July 22, 2015
Posted by ben | in GRE | Comments ()
If you took the SAT, you probably remember all too well the “sentence completion” questions that tested your vocabulary, but you’ll find that the GRE version of these questions is harder than the SAT variety. That’s hardly...
July 15, 2015
Posted by ben | in LSAT | Comments ()
As if it weren’t enough to be overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pepperdine University is ranked #1 by Princeton Review for having the most beautiful campus. Beautiful surroundings, however, aren’t all that the School of Law offers...
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