The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Michelle is a Pittsburgh tutor specializing in Algebra, Reading, Phonics, and much more. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University in 2011. Check out her review of her experience at Indiana University: VT: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. How urban or safe is the campus? Are there buses or do you need a car/bike? Michelle: Indiana University is often considered one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation. It is a great place ... Read More About Should I Go To Indiana University?
The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Kyler is a San Antonio tutor specializing in History, Literature, Philosophy, and much more. He graduated from University of California-Berkeley in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Check out his review of his school: VT: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. How urban or safe is the campus? Are there buses or do you need a car/bike? Kyler: UC Berkeley’s campus is situated in the city of Berkeley, an urban environment. The campus is open to the public. It i ... Read More About A Day in the Life at University of California-Berkeley
The following piece was written by Christina Taber-Kewene. Christina has been featured in our Admissions Expert series and is the Director of Law Admissions for Admit Advantage, an admissions consulting company for undergraduate, business school, and law school applicants. Ask any applicant, “What is the hardest part of the law school application?” and he or she will likely respond: “The personal statement.” No sane person enjoys trying to describe everything important about him- or herself in a single essay—or, really, in any format. Good writing—and editing—is always painful, and when you are the to ... Read More About How to Write a Personal Statement for Law School
Congratulations—you are nearly finished with your college applications! Although most schools provide applicants with a list of items to submit, it is still possible to overlook a detail or two. Here is a last-minute checklist before submitting your college application to help you ensure that you have dotted every “i” and crossed every “t.” 1. Review what forms are required—and when In addition to your personal information, high school records, and standardized test scores, prospective colleges require a variety of supplementary documents. For instance, if you plan to attend a state school, you will likely ... Read More About A Last-Minute Checklist Before Submitting Your College Application
As you start applying to colleges, there are a number of materials you will need to present, one of which is your academic transcript. You open your transcript…only to be met with confusion. Deciphering your academic transcript can be confusing, but once you understand what each component means, your academic transcript can be quite a powerful tool for self-reflection! Format An academic transcript is typically divided into semesters. Identifying information for you and your school is generally located at the top of the transcript, with the terms you have completed—including courses, grades, and credits—beneath. ... Read More About A Breakdown of Your Academic Transcript