With thousands of students applying to college and grad school each year, there’s no shortage of candidates for schools to choose from. How can you make your application stand out from the others?
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Catherine supports Magoosh’s future grad school students by unlocking tricks of the test prep and application trade. Catherine spends her free time checking out local farmer’s markets, reading food and lifestyle blogs, and watching Bravo. She is forever in search of the best Mexican and Italian food in any given city.
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Is now the right time to continue your education? Or should you delay school for another year, two, or three? In this post, we’ll help you navigate when to apply to grad school.
If you’re applying to college or grad school, your essay is the best way to show admissions officers what makes you “you” besides test scores and numbers. In this post, we give you some of our favorite essay writing tips.
The reality of college and grad school admissions is that there are many, many more applicants at good schools than there are available spots. In this post, we discuss the most common reasons schools reject candidates.
While each school and program may be different, there are some things that every admissions officer looks for in candidates. These seven things represent key evaluation criteria in the decision making process.
Students often ask whether their GPA or test score counts more in the admissions process. See how schools will use your GPA and test scores in admissions.
Learn why volunteering can increase your chances of getting into your dream school.
Learn why some of the best students academically end up with the lowest test scores.
Follow these tips to communicate clearly and effectively with admissions officers and you’re sure to improve your chances of admission.