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Ronke Aderonmu

Best College Admissions Blogs of the Week — September 22-28

Hi SAT Studiers!

It’s true; the Oct 5th SAT is fast approaching! If you’re taking that test, I can imagine you’re in need for a study break right about now :). So here’s what I suggest: check out our top 5 list (in no particular order) for this week as a more productive than usual study break! Learn more about college, financial aid, and SAT snacking before you head back to studying for the big day.

Let the study break begin:

That’s it for this week’s list! Let me know in the comments below if you’ve got any blogs you think are worthy of next week’s top five.

About Ronke Aderonmu

Ronke helps Magoosh build relationships with anyone and everyone in the education space. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies and a minor in Math and Science Education. The way to her heart is a good Chuck Norris joke or two, along with a homemade meal of Korean or Cajun goodness.

4 Responses to “Best College Admissions Blogs of the Week — September 22-28”

  1. akshay says:

    i am doing b.tech in ECE .I have passed two semester with 84 aggregate, now i m in 3rd sem. I m confused whether i should go for SAT to transfer my btech to USA universities
    based on the credit transfer procedure or i should do M.S after my btech by giving GRE.

    • Ronke Aderonmu Ronke says:

      Hey Akshay!

      Unfortunately, we don’t have nearly as much expertise in B.Tech admissions as we do about SAT/GRE prep, so I’m afraid we can’t be of much help. I’d recommend directly contacting the schools/programs you’re interested in to see if they can offer any insight, and starting some research on transfer policies at the schools you’re interested in! Here’s a great place to find info about undergrad and grad schools: http://www.usnews.com/education. I hope that helps :).


  2. pavan says:

    thanks for your guidance

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