Nadyja von Ebers holds an MA in English from DePaul University and has been an English instructor at the high school and college levels for the last eleven years. She has extensive experience teaching preparation for various AP exams as well as the ACT, SAT, and GED. Nadyja loves helping students reach their maximum potential and thrives in both literal and virtual classrooms. When she's not teaching, she enjoys reading and writing for pleasure and loves spending time in or near the ocean.
Johns Hopkins University may be a bit of a mouthful to say, but it’s one of the best colleges in the nation. In fact, it’s America’s very first research institute! Johns Hopkins boasts over 260 prestigious programs across nine academic divisions (including one of the nation’s best pre-med programs) plus the Applied Physics Laboratory. Founded […]
USC, short for the University of Southern California, appeals to students because it’s an elite academic institution situated downtown in one of the hippest cities on earth: Los Angeles. What’s cooler than going to class at a super prestigious university and then seeing movies on the weekends before the rest of the country?! Not much. […]
Northwestern University has a lot going for it. It’s #11 in national universities. For aspiring pre-med students, it has arguably the best combined BS/MD program in the nation. And it’s located just north of Chicago on a jaw-droppingly beautiful campus located right on Lake Michigan. Sold? Cool. Let’s jump right in and take a look […]
We can’t lie. It’s pretty exciting to think about attending Princeton University, currently the #1 university in the United States. If you’re someone seeking the best of the best for college, Princeton is it. Princeton University has always had a sterling reputation, but it’s harder to get into than ever, so before we dive into […]
There’s no other way to say it: Tulane University is one of the dreamiest colleges you could possibly attend. Why, you may ask? Because Tulane is located in one of the most diverse, compelling, history-rich cities in the world: New Orleans–known for its jazz, art, incredible food, sprawling parks, and of course, Mardi Gras. Specifically, […]
Simply put, “Ithaca is Gorges”. Some people, however, are put off by Cornell’s location…However, once you’ve arrived in Ithaca, there’s almost everything that you could ever need…In terms of non-commerical aspects of Ithaca, there are many different state parks within a few miles of campus, all with beautiful scenery (including waterfalls!), recreation areas, and more. […]
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