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4 Study Methods from Kindergarten To Bring Back in Grad School

If you’re considering grad school, you might be overwhelmed by all of the preparation required. While you may think you’ve mastered your study habits, you may find that a highly-competitive academic environment requires you to reinvent your study skills. The good news: You probably learned all the study skills you need already… in kindergarten! While […]

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Writing About Resilience in the Face of Failure

Essay questions dealing with failure, risk, mistakes, and difficult interactions or conflict often cause applicants to cringe, squirm, and bite their nails. After all, like all of our clients, you want to show yourself succeeding and conquering the world in your essays and personal statements, not falling down. But there’s a reason why these questions […]

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5 Tips for Acceptance to a Physician Assistant Program

Over the years, I’ve helped many students get accepted into Physician Assistant (PA) Programs across the country. To apply to PA programs, you will use the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA). To help you send in an application that effectively presents your qualifications, I’m including five tips below to ensure that you, too, […]

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Approaching the Diversity Essay Question

Many applications now have a question, sometimes optional, encouraging people with minority backgrounds, unusual educational histories, or unusual family histories to write about their background. How Are YOU Diverse? First the easy answer: If you are an immigrant to the US, the child of immigrants, or someone whose ethnicity is considered a minority in the […]

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Down But Not Out: 3 Tips for Handling Grad School Rejection

Receiving a rejection letter from your top pick grad school can be demotivating, discouraging and downright depressing. It can make you question your skills (I just can’t write a good personal statement!), question your efforts (I must not have tried hard enough!), and even question your passion for your field (I just don’t know if […]

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When Should You Apply to Grad School?

Congratulations! You’ve decided to go for an advanced degree. Are you wondering when to apply and how to get started? Here are some things that will help you determine your readiness to apply: 1. You have a specific goal that needs a graduate degree. If you want to become a lawyer, doctor, or researcher, then […]

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6 Things You Can Do to Get a Good GRE Score

Back when you were in high school, you prepared for the ACT or SAT test. You studied, you stressed, you lost sleep. In the end, you took the test, got the score you got, and breathed a sigh of relief that it was all finally over. The stress was behind you. You could move on […]

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Benefits of Taking Grad School Exams Early

By fall of junior year in high school, many are already cramming for the SAT and the ACT. Why isn’t there the same urgency for college students applying to graduate school? It shouldn’t come as a surprise that while the majority of college students have considered applying to graduate school, many don’t follow through with […]

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Crush Empire-Clemmonsdogpark Scholarship Program

Crush Empire is a digital media company that focuses on helping students score higher on their exams via study tips and review courses. In this economic climate, however, the cost of courses may be the only thing standing between a student and a higher score. That’s why Crush Empire partnered with Clemmonsdogpark to help alleviate […]

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