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30 May

Parliament Tutors Seeks Full-Time Academic Advisor

By David Greenberg   No tags No comments

Parliament Tutors is currently seeking a full-time, associate academic advisor in Miami, FL (29th Street & Biscayne Blvd). The ideal candidate is a recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in an education or communications-related field. Entry-level salary to be negotiated based on experience. Responsibilities include recruitment, program coordination and professional development. Interested candidates can send a resume to […]

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vanderbiltadmissions
30 May

Applying & Getting Into Vanderbilt University — Advice from Vanderbilt’s Dean of Admissions

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What do you consider the most significant parts of an admission application, the parts which applicants should prepare the most carefully?   While the most critical component of the application is the academic rigor, courses taken, and grades, all parts of the application are important in a holistic admissions process, as we have at Vanderbilt. […]

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29 May

Getting Into University of Miami School of Law — Advice from UM’s Director of Student Recruitment

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  As the Director of Student Recruitment, what are your day-to-day responsibilities?   The Recruitment Office works hand-in-hand with the Office of Admissions.  We communicate directly with prospective and admitted students about why Miami Law is an excellent institution and why our location on the main campus in close proximity to the City of Miami […]

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testprep
29 May

Deciding Whether to Take the SAT or ACT

By David Greenberg   No comments

Getting ready to apply for college can be nerve-racking at best, terrifying at worst. Perhaps one of the most daunting obstacles between you and your dream school is the dreaded standardized test. There are two standardized tests that are accepted by almost every university: the SAT and the ACT. Choosing which of these two tests […]

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