Posts Tagged “College Admissions & Applications”

You’ve Been Rejected. Now What?!

by Charles on

Remember how your teacher told you that if you believed in yourself, you would succeed? Well, obviously you’re old enough to realize that that’s nonsense! Rejection is a part of everyone’s life. The question is — what do you do (…)

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Negotiating and Decision Making (Part 2)

by Heather on

Problem Solving When you are researching, you will have to find out ways to solve the other side’s problem as well as your own. This includes the values and outcomes they are looking for. It is also helpful to discover (…)

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Negotiating and Decision Making (Part 1)

by Kyle on

Understanding the Elements When engaging yourself in a negotiation, it is important to know your scenario and playing field ahead of time. Each scenario is composed of various elements. These elements are explained below. Time – The pressure created by time (…)

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Getting Promoted: The Do’s & Don’ts

by Grant on

Many professionals seek to achieve a higher standard in the workplace. They put in long hours, reply promptly to emails, and overall help to create a good product, but sometimes this still isn’t enough to get promoted or receive a (…)

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Undergraduate Tuition – College Scholarships

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College tuition continues to rise nationally at both public and private universities.  Average tuition at public universities increased 8.3% for in-state residents and 5.7% for out-of-state residents.  According to the College Board, state residents of Arizona, California, Georgia, and Washington (…)

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Understanding the SAT and ACT Exams

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College admissions offices require an applicant to submit either an SAT or ACT score to be considered for admission.  It is crucial to do well on these exams because colleges and universities value these test results to the same, if (…)

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College Admission Major Recent Trends

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A record number of high school students are enrolling in colleges straight out of high school. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 70 percent of high school graduates are enrolled in colleges or universities.  Seventy-three percent of (…)

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Why Should GRE Students Pay Attention to Their MBTI Personality Type?

by Heather on

Myers-Briggs proposed that an individual’s psychological type is related to aptitude and achievement. People who preferred introversion and intuition showed greater academic aptitude than those who preferred extraversion and sensing.  Extraverts were more frequent than introverts in the gifted population. (…)

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Why Should LSAT Students Pay Attention to Their MBTI Personality Type?

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Knowing your specific personality type and under what circumstances you produce the highest quality work puts you at a substantial advantage academically. As you take different classes and have professors with different teaching styles, you have to take different steps (…)

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Why Should College Students Pay Attention to Their MBTI Personality Type?

by Grant on

Why Discovering Your Specific Personality Type Will help you Maximize Your Learning Potential in College The transition from high school to college can often be very difficult, particularly in the classroom.  College professors are more demanding and offer fewer opportunities (…)

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