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Author: 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.

Ronke Aderonmu

8 Tips to Maximize Your Summer

Good news! Summer’s quickly approaching and that means a break from school and nights of homework. But in the midst of all the summer fun and freedom, beware of the summer lull that can also set in! There’s truth to the saying “If you don’t use it, you lose it”; if you’re not actively learning […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

May 3rd Approaches! 5 Tips to Survive the SAT

It’s down to the wire, ladies and gentlemen. If you’re signed up for the SAT this Saturday (May 3rd), you should have started studying…exactly 30 days ago. But, I was in high school once. I know how it is: you add SAT prep to your calendar, you stroll down to the public library down to […]

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Best College Admissions Advice for Parents — March 20-27

Parents are a huge part of every student’s college experience. You’ll need their help to complete the FAFSA, they run the money flow you’ll need to pay for EVERYTHING, and their financial info comes in handy when you’re applying for scholarships — just to name a few!   That’s why this week, we’re sharing tips […]

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Best College Admissions Blog of the Week – March 13-20

March is a very exciting month because it marks the start of Spring AND the craziness of college acceptance letters! Whether you’re a senior heading off to college this fall or still in high school waiting till it’s your turn, this week’s top 4 list has something that’ll help :). Enjoy the list (in no […]

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Admissions Tips from University of Vermont

If you’re applying to college, you probably have a lot of questions about the whole process: What should my test scores look like? Are my extracurriculars good enough? Will I fit in at that school? Finding answers to questions like these can become overwhelming really quickly, so we thought we’d help simplify things by going […]

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Ronke Aderonmu

Best College Admissions Blog of the Week – February 20-27

It’s me again! 🙂 This week’s top 5 list (in no particular order) includes advice on college decisions, financial aid, gap years, and lots more. As always, leave any questions, comments or suggestions below, and I’ll be very excited to read them! 3 Steps You Should Take before Receiving Your College Decision Letters: It’s not […]

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Best College Admissions Blog of the Week – February 12-19

Happy Thursday, folks! Check out this week’s top 5 list (in no particular order) of the best college prep advice I’ve found across the web. This list is complete with tips for how to write winsome essays, find summer internships, attend college fairs, and lots more! 🙂 Hey Guys! Let’s Go to a (College) Fair!: […]

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Best College Admissions Blogs of the Week — February 6-13

Another week, another top 5 list! I’ve gathered some great advice from all over the web and am sharing them (in no particular order) in this week’s top 5 list. So, say hello to these college prep experts and get your questions about the FAFSA, major choices, college acceptance and lots more, answered right here […]

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Best College Admissions Blogs of the Week — January 2-9

It’s a new year, and for some of you, that means a new chance to make the most of your high school days! We’re here to help with another top 5 list (in no particular order) of the best blog posts we’ve found this week. They’ll give you tools and advice to prepare you for […]

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Best College Admissions Advice of the Week — October 30-November 6

Ever wish you had expert advice to help you with the college app process? Well this week, we asked some of our favorite college prep and study help sites on Twitter to give us the best piece of advice they’d want you to know :). They answered, and we put all their comments together in […]

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