Should I Go to Sarah Lawrence College?

Should I Go to Sarah Lawrence College?

Shejla holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Sarah Lawrence College. She helps students through chemistry tutoring, algebra tutoring, and a number of other academic areas. Interested in attending Sarah Lawrence College? Shejla shares her experience as a student there: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. Shejla: Sarah Lawrence College is located in Bronxville, New York, one of the most panoramic, quiet and safe villages in Westchester, so you can say the campus is in a rural setting. It was overall a safe area and there were shuttle buses to and from the closest Metro North train station. Most students living o ... Read More About Should I Go to Sarah Lawrence College?

What to Do After You’ve Submitted Your College Applications

What to Do After You’ve Submitted Your College Applications

The following guest post was written by Raj Patil, one of the co-founders at Admissionado, a premier college admissions consulting company focused on helping students get into their dream schools. College applications are the culmination of a few-month process. In fact, the commitment and sacrifice began on Day 1 of high school (and honestly, long before even that). The hard part is over and done with. If there’s an appropriate time to sweat and stress out about getting something absolutely perfect, that time has passed! And yet, the school year hasn’t ended. There are deferments, waitlists, rejections, and acceptances to deal wi ... Read More About What to Do After You’ve Submitted Your College Applications

4 Things to Do the First Week of Classes

4 Things to Do the First Week of Classes

Ready or not, here come the first week of classes! While it may seem like you just sat down for your last final exams, there are plenty of things to start doing the first week of classes, like going back-to-school shopping for new study supplies and re-starting those morning alarms. But if you want this semester to be your best one ever, you need to kick off some more in-depth initiatives the first week of classes to ensure you start off strong. By doing the following four things the first week of classes, you’ll lay the foundation for a stellar continuation of the school year. 1. Meet with your instructors the first week of classes It ... Read More About 4 Things to Do the First Week of Classes

Should I Go to University of Pittsburgh?

Should I Go to University of Pittsburgh?

Nate is a Pittsburgh-based tutor specializing in science tutoring. He is studying psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. Interested in attending the University of Pittsburgh? Nate shares his thoughts on his college experience: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. Nate: At some universities, like the one I go to (Pitt), they give you free public transportation with your tuition, so you can explore the city for free. The campus itself is very compact, but the more “city” vibe is about 15 minutes away. Pitt is in a neighborhood named Oakland, and that itself is more residential, with two busy streets run ... Read More About Should I Go to University of Pittsburgh?

What to Know About AP Exams in 2017

What to Know About AP Exams in 2017

Because tests are constantly evolving, it can be difficult to keep track of everything you need to know. As we enter into 2017, it may help to think about AP exams in their entirety—every test you could take, when they’re scheduled, and what you’ll need to do to prepare. While knowing the logistics of your exams is only the beginning, it is a crucial step in achieving your testing goals. Here is what you should know about AP exams in 2017: Where and when do I take my 2017 AP exams? If you remember the month of May, you’re in good shape—all AP exams for 2017 take place during two weeks in May (May 1-5 and May 8- ... Read More About What to Know About AP Exams in 2017

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