In today’s episode, I sit down with Educational Crisis Manager, Hannah Stotland. She works with students to recover their academic records and reapply to programs after major incidents, like medical leaves, ethics code violations, or family emergencies. Her message is clear: there is hope, but it will take your hard work. Bio Hanna Stotland flunked […]
In today’s episode, Holly and I dive deep into the world of applying to graduate school. Whether you’re contemplating a Ph.D. or an academic-focused master’s program, these essential insights will empower you to craft a compelling application and embark on an enriching academic journey. How to Get Into College (Circle Community): https://how-to-get-into-college.circle.so/home Access free resources and […]
Since we started helping students in 2005 get into their dream schools, our team of former admissions officers, writing coaches, and research analysts have helped students with hundreds of personal statements, supplemental essays, activity lists, and resumes. On top of that, we’ve given our students advice on which schools to target, how best to frame […]
Dr. Arundhati Ghosh currently works at the Cambridge Health Alliance, Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, and is the surgery curriculum director for the Harvard Medical School Cambridge Integrated Clerkship. She does innovative work in curriculum development and teaching methods. Her most recent publication is ‘Structuring Medical Education for Workforce Transformation: Continuity, Symbiosis, and Longitudinal […]
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A former graduate admissions officer explains why fit is so important for graduate applications.
Whether you’re still in school or considering going back, read about what you can do to get ready.
What you should include—or definitely leave out—when writing a strong personal statement for policy school.
Tips for reading a text effectively, from a Comparative Literature PhD candidate.
If you didn’t wait until the last second, but also haven’t been totally on top of your game since day one, we have tips for you.
Medical schools are quickly adopting a new interview format, the multiple mini interview. Do you know what to expect?
Fellowship applications require high-achieving students to navigate detailed and specific instructions in the hopes of receiving substantial opportunity, funds, and recognition. In the process, there isn’t any room for error.
Grad school applications aren’t like any you’ve seen before.
Free online classes are a hot topic in education. Here’s how to use them to your advantage!
Hoping to pursue an MA or PhD in an academic field? You need to read this first!
So you’re returning to school after several years in the workforce? First, congratulations for investing in yourself! Second, we hope you’re prepared for the transition!