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The Top 5 Med School Application Tips

Are you dreaming of studying abroad to become a doctor? Check out these handy tips from our friends at SchoolApply, and start charting your path to success! While there are generally no limits on which subjects international students can study abroad, medical studies are one exception. Med schools are highly regulated, and not all schools […]

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Preparing for College Life in the USA

This post is a contribution from our friends at ABA English. Are you planning a semester abroad in the United States? College life in the USA may be very different from your country, so let us help you get you ready for this unique experience. College Lingo Universities vary in size, from a few thousand […]

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How to Understand an Irish Person

This post is from our partners at ABA English Hey everyone! How is your English coming along? Do you understand most accents? What about the Irish one? Ireland, like most English-speaking countries, has a variety of accents. The most common one is from the Dublin area, though there are slight variations in this area as well. […]

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3 Interesting Ways to Say “A Little”

This post originally appeared on the ABA English blog.   Here at ABA English we pride ourselves on knowing that we are making a difference to our students’ learning every day. But we always want to improve. With that in mind, today’s post is going to expand your vocabulary and teach you alternative ways to […]

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How to Make Your English Sound More Natural

Check out this post originally published on the Listen & Learn blog! Learning English is incredibly difficult, which is something non-native speakers of English don’t always understand. The English language is insane, with rules that almost always have exceptions, homophones, homonyms, gerunds, and a ton of other things that make the language incredibly tricky to […]

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4 Ways to Study When You’re Very Busy

This post originally appeared on the ABA English blog. We believe we should fill our days with activities and people that bring us joy. Things and humans that help us on our journey of personal growth and make us happy. So then how can we fit in time to learn new skills? How can we […]

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Adjusting Expectations: What to Do Next If Your Scores are Low or You Don’t Get into Your Dream School

You’ve twisted and turned through sleepless nights, wondered all day and night if you got into your dream school or earned high enough scores to apply, until the anxiety peaks and you get your scores or application letter. Those scores or acceptance letters will change your life.   Unfortunately, you didn’t get into your dream […]

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