The REAL Way Grad School Admissions Committees Evaluate You: Beyond Grades and Test Scores!

By - Mar 27, 09:03 AM   Comments [0]

Hey there, future grad students! It’s Brian from Gurufi, back with another insider’s guide to help you on your grad school journey! 🚀 Today, I’m taking you behind the scenes of graduate school admissions committees to reveal the TRUTH about how they evaluate applicants like...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 24th)

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Verbal The popular notion that a tree’s age can be determined by counting the number of internal rings in its trunk is generally true. However, to help regulate the internal temperature of the tree, the outermost layers of wood of the Brazilian ash often peel away...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 23rd)

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Math In the x-y coordinate plane, line k passes through the point (5, -4) and has a negative x-intercept. Which of the following COULD be the equation of line k? i) y = -0.4x - 2 ii) y = 2 - 1.2x iii) y = -0.7x - 1.5 A) i...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 22nd)

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Verbal I've long anticipated this retrospective of the artist's work, hoping that it would make (i) _________ judgments about him possible, but greater familiarity with his paintings highlights their inherent (ii) _________ and actually makes one's assessment (iii) _________ Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii) (A) modish (D) gloom (G) similarly equivocal (B)...

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It’s All About Authenticity and Community in Graduate Admissions [Episode 518]

By - Mar 21, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

In this episode Sadie Polen, M.Ed Harvard and Accepted consultant, explores authenticity and community in graduate admissions and explains how to get a Harvard graduate degree. [Show Summary] Have you dreamed of attending Harvard for grad school? Would you like to pursue a career in education...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 21st)

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Math   The frequency distributions shown above represent two groups of data. Each of the data values is a multiple of 10. Quantity A Quantity B The standard deviation of distribution A The standard deviation of distribution B A. Quantity A is greater. B. Quantity B is greater. C. The two quantities are equal. D....

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The BEST Extracurricular Activities for College Applications

By - Mar 20, 23:33 PM   Comments [0]

What sort of extracurriculars are college admissions committees really looking for? Which ones are right for you? Here’s why extracurriculars are so important for getting into college, and how they can help you figure out something just as important: what really interests you. Extracurriculars show who...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 20th)

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Verbal The vegetation at Stone Mountain, the best known of the large rock masses known as monadnocks, is far from ______, having been decimated by the hiking traffic. A. blighted B. endangered C. picturesque D. pristine E. undisturbed F. vulnerable   Correct Answer - D & E  - (click and drag your mouse to...

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How Will the AdCom Evaluate Your Application? A Behind the Scenes Look!

By - Mar 20, 07:43 AM   Comments [0]

    Today we’re talking about how graduate school admissions committees assess applications. I'm Brian from Gurufi. In my 17 years in this field, I’ve helped thousands of applicants earn admission into their dream schools, so I have a thorough grasp of how this process works. We'll...

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The Ultimate Guide to FAFSA and Paying For College

By - Mar 18, 17:47 PM   Comments [0]

While there isn’t much good news when it comes to college tuition costs, there is one bright spot: you probably won’t have to pay the sticker price. Almost all U.S. residents (and some international students) qualify for some form of aid, whether it’s through a...

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