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“Become one with the test!”

Have you heard of that saying? Well, if your ultimate goal is to attend graduate school, you need to start taking that literally. The Graduate Management Admission Test, known affectionately (or not!) as the GMAT, is the be-all-to-end-all to showcase your skills and talents.

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First public NJ university to offer test-optional college admissions

More and more schools are finally agreeing that the score you get on a standardized test does not necessarily define how successful you will be at a college or university. In fact, one more school just made the decision to join the growing number of colleges and universities that have implemented a SAT/ACT test-optional policy. On July 29th, Montclair State University became the first public higher-level institution of education in New Jersey to promote this admissions process. [Read More]

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New research finds GRE test takers who go back to their answers could perform better.

The strategy for multiple-choice tests varies, depending the test taker. But if you’re the type of test taker who is willing to change your answer — instead of going with your first instinct — that strategy could pay off for you. If not,it may be time to give it a try.

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Do You Want the School that Waitlisted You?

Robyn Tellefsen | June 4, 2013

college admissions waiting list

If you’re a fan of clear-cut, black-and-white decisions, getting a college waitlist letter probably ranks low on the list of things that make you happy. But more and more colleges are using making use of the dreaded limbo list. According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) 2011 Admission Trends Survey, nearly 45 percent of colleges use waitlists.

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