Avoid These Big College Application Mistakes

This article was originally available at Usnews Avoid These Big College Application Mistakes Admissions staffers from across the U.S. tell you what not to do when applying to college. By Courtney Rubin, Contributor |Sept. 11, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. Avoid… Continue Reading →

10 TED Talks Every English Student Should Watch

This article was originally available at  IELTS Advantage 10 TED Talks Every English Student Should Watch This article shows you how to use TED Talks to improve your English, how they can be used in the classroom and suggests 10… Continue Reading →

Falar inglês aumenta seu salário (e esta pesquisa mostra o quanto)

Este artigo foi retirado originalmente da Revista Exame Para investigar o peso do inglês no salário, foram entrevistadas pela Catho mais de 13 mil pessoas em diferentes níveis hierárquicos São Paulo – De 3,7 mil para 7,3 mil reais de salário. Esta… Continue Reading →

Confira essas 7 dicas para mandar muito bem no TOEFL

Este artigo foi retirado originalmente da Revista Época 7 dicas para se dar bem no TOEFL O TOEFL (Test Of English As Foreign Language) é um dos exames de proeficiência da língua inglesa mais requisitados no mundo. Ele predomina nos Estados… Continue Reading →

2017 Intake: Top European MBA Application Timeline

This article was originally seen on Prep Adviser. One of the the most important things you should know about the top European MBA application timeline is that the application process opens a year before the start of the programmes. Aspiring… Continue Reading →

A letter to the ESL teachers around the globe…..

There is no way to argue that one-on-one tutoring is one of the best ways to prepare for the TOEFL® exam. However, one or two hours a week, studying with a teacher will never be enough to improve your overall… Continue Reading →

Personalized Vs. Differentiated Vs. Individualized Learning

PERSONALIZED VS. DIFFERENTIATED VS. INDIVDUALIZED LEARNING By Dale Basye* Words are meaningless unless all concerned agree on their specific definitions. Even if there is a general consensus on terms, what those terms actually mean has a tendency to evolve and… Continue Reading →

The Power of Practicing – Why IQ is not that relevant

Every class has students who excel and those who don’t. The reasons behind academic performance are myriad, but when Douglas Barton and his team at Elevate Education set out to study and benchmark the most effective practices used by top… Continue Reading →

Keys Open Doors – How English Proficiency Can Change Your Life

Here at EduSynch, students ask us all the time about what life is like in the USA, from growing up in a city like New York to attending large-scale universities like KU or UGA. We often converse with students about their… Continue Reading →

Getting Ready for Test Day – Things to Expect

Everyone gets nervous before a big test. As test day approaches, a feeling of uneasiness begins to set in. Questions like, “am I properly prepared for the exam?” or “do I have everything that I need (documentation, id, etc.) for… Continue Reading →

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