Managing the Transition to University Life in the United States

You received your admissions letter and hopefully a generous financial package.  I can imagine the immense excitement that you are experiencing. However, this excitement is shadowed by a feeling of concern and numerous unanswered questions spinning around your head. Orientation As a first year student you are most probably going

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I’m Thankful for… Carnival of College Admission!

Here comes Thanksgiving – a time for us to take a break, spend time with family, and eat a LOT of delicious home cooking Welcome to the November 25, 2009 edition of carnival of college admission. Choosing the Right College Sophie presents Community College, I couldn’t have been More Wrong

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20 Student Loan Calculators and Scholarship Resources

Working hard to get into your college of choice is important, but you must also consider how you are going to pay for your education. If you’re still unsure about where the funds are going to come from, there are many different resources on the web, including student loan calculators

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Halloween Crazy: 2009 Recap

American college students love dressing up for Halloween. You will find costume parties on university campuses all across the country in the month of October. The outfit choices range from strange, scary, hilarious or risqué. Ohio University in Athens, Ohio is known for its history of wild Halloween parties. According

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Five Things You Should Know About the GMAT but Don’t

Recently we conducted an informal poll of business school applicants preparing for the GMAT. We wanted to learn more about what GMAT students know — and what they don’t know — about the exam. Some of the results surprised us. It turns out that there are some critically importance details

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