A Day in the Life at Emory University

A Day in the Life at Emory University

Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in history and international studies from Emory University. She specializes in government tutoring, test prep tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at Emory University. Describe the campus setting and transportation options. Rachel: When I lived on campus, I liked that it was very close to Atlanta's downtown area and Buckhead. That said, I think it felt like a very suburban campus with large residential homes surrounding the campus. I felt very safe there, and I loved the beauty of the campus. Emory has its own bus system that is very convenient. How available ar ... Read More About A Day in the Life at Emory University

Everything You Need to Know About B-School Admissions Rounds

Everything You Need to Know About B-School Admissions Rounds

Most full-time MBA programs accept applications in three separate rounds: round one, round two, and round three. It’s key to apply to business school when you’re fully prepared, and this can take some planning. Which of these rounds should you apply in? What are the timelines for decisions? When applying to b-school, it’s important to be educated on the different rounds, as well as rolling admissions, in order to make the right admissions decision for you. Looking to plan your b-school admissions timeline? Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about b-school admissions rounds. B-school admissions rounds one and ... Read More About Everything You Need to Know About B-School Admissions Rounds

Stanford University: A Student Interview

Stanford University: A Student Interview

Isabelle is a current senior at Stanford University. She is majoring in psychology and specializes in Spanish tutoring, elementary math tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at Stanford University: Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Isabelle: The campus feels very safe. It’s a nice balance between a self-contained campus and accessibility to the surrounding town. We often refer to it as the “Stanford Bubble,” meaning that we hardly ever leave campus. On the bright side, there’s a lot of transportation available if you do decide to venture off campus. For ... Read More About Stanford University: A Student Interview

Is the SAT Essay Required?

Is the SAT Essay Required?

Typically, a portion of SAT prep time is dedicated to success on the essay section. As of late, however, a large number of schools are making the SAT essay optional to applicants. Ivy League schools including Brown, Harvard, and Yale are no longer requiring students to sit for the essay section of the exam. This begs the question, what does this mean for you? Is the SAT essay really required? When examining the requirement behind the SAT essay, it’s important to understand the SAT essay basics, the benefits and drawbacks of taking the essay, and how recent changes apply to you.   Looking to gain a deeper understanding of the S ... Read More About Is the SAT Essay Required?

What is it Like to Attend West Chester University?

What is it Like to Attend West Chester University?

Brenda earned her bachelor's degree in English from West Chester University. She specializes in public speaking tutoring, computer science tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at West Chester University: Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Brenda: West Chester University is situated in a suburban area, surrounded by neighborhoods where students can find off-campus housing within walking and biking distance. There’s also housing offered on campus. There are buses that provide transportation between the main campus and the south campus, which is about a mile away. I have nev ... Read More About What is it Like to Attend West Chester University?