The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Jaclyn is a Houston tutor who specializes in AP English, Essay Editing, Writing, and more. She graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2012 where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Check out her review of her time at The Pennsylvania State 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? Jaclyn: Pennsylvania State University was nestled in the country, where the community was built ... Read More About Should I Go To The Pennsylvania State University?
The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Drew is a Chicago tutor and 2013 graduate of Williams College. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in French Literature & English Literature and tutors many subjects including French, ACT prep, AP U.S. History, and much more. Check out what he had to say about Williams College: 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? Drew: The campus is self-contained in a rural setting. While this can make it difficult to trave ... Read More About A Day in the Life at Williams College
Varsity Tutors brings you insider tips and advice straight from nationally recognized admissions experts. Neil Kamdar is a co-founder of K2 Educational Consulting, a college admissions consultancy founded in 2008. He obtained his undergraduate degree in business from New York University and went on to complete his Master’s in Business Administration at Yale University. K2 Educational Consulting provides guidance from Ivy League-educated consultants for each step of the admissions process. VT: How far ahead of time should a student begin working on his or her college application? Neil: Ideally, a student should understand what colleges ... Read More About Ask an Admissions Expert: Neil Kamdar
The Analytical Writing Assessment, or AWA, is the first section of the GMAT exam. You are allotted 30 minutes to compose an Analysis of an Argument essay in which you must assess the strength of an argument by identifying its assumptions and flaws. Here are five steps to help you craft an effective critique in the minimal time the AWA allows. 1. Read the prompt Before you begin your response, review the AWA passage presented to you. Determine what is being said, as well as who is saying it. For example, consider the Analysis of an Argument prompt available on page 25 of this document, which concerns a potential uniform policy at Bayview High ... Read More About How to Assess an Analytical Writing Assessment Prompt
The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Ray earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from University of South Florida in 2014. He is currently a Tampa tutor specializing in German, Economics, and Statistics. Check out his review of University of South Florida: 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? Ray: At University of South Florida, you will find a lot of commuters. As a result, there are several options for getting around campus. We ... Read More About What is it Like to Attend University of South Florida?