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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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

To study in the United States would be a dream come true!!

Studying abroad in the United States would be amazing, right?  But is it really POSSIBLE?? I’m here to tell you that anything is POSSIBLE, BUT it all depends on how bad you want it.  There are a million stories about… Continue Reading →

How to Choose the Right College in the USA

If you’re planning to study in the USA, how do you choose your college? With every major American city having leading universities and colleges, picking the perfect institution can be very tough. When you look at finding the right university,… Continue Reading →

5 Secrets to Taking Good Notes for the TOEFL

Keep it simple. Don’t try to write everything down; you won’t have that much time during the test, or during a lecture when you’re in school. Write down key words and concepts, not sentences. Always try to focus on capturing… Continue Reading →

Essay Strategy: 20 Sets of Transition Words / Phrases To Know

Transition words make your writing easier to understand and create relationship between two sentences and ideas. To know these 20 words / phrases sets, just brows the list once a week or better yet – memorize it. In addition, also… Continue Reading →

Sizing Up Colleges: Big vs. Small

As you begin your college search, one of the first decisions you need to make — and one that helps narrow your list — is what size college you want to attend. U.S. colleges offer many options, from small colleges… Continue Reading →

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