The late registration deadline for the next SATs is coming up on February 23. Sign up today to take the test on March 5, 2016. Then follow these three steps to help you get the best score: Continue reading
According to a recent U.S. News & World Report article, many students do not ask enough questions or do thorough research before applying to a university. There is a lot you can learn by asking the right questions. Education experts recommend researching the following topics and asking many open-ended questions, such as: Continue reading
If you are attending a US university but are not sure what you want to do after you graduate, you’re not alone. Many international students attend US universities but are uncertain about their next move once they complete their degree. If you are looking to work in the US after college, here are five steps to help you reach your goal. Continue reading
The idea of an informational interview may seem like a waste of time. The person you’re meeting often won’t have a job opportunity for you to apply for, so why meet with them? But informational interviews are actually a great way to gain insight into the industry or the company you’re interested in. Here are some tips to make the most of your informational interviews. Continue reading
Finding the right job after college takes a good deal of networking. That is, building relationships with people in the same field as you to help you succeed in your career once you graduate. Don’t wait until you graduate to start building these connections though. Begin networking now, and you will have a far greater chance of finding the right job when you graduate.
Law school presents some amazing opportunities for your future—as well as some big challenges. It’s an intensive, costly endeavor. So how do you know if law school is right for you, and how do you find the program that best fits your needs. Here are a few good ways to get started in your exploration: Continue reading
Letters of recommendation give admissions officers a better sense of you and your personal character than your grades and accomplishments alone will do. But don’t leave this important step to chance. Set yourself up for success by following these easy steps.