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GRE instead of the LSAT for Law School Admission?

The GRE used to be just for graduate school. Then, in 2009, business schools started accepting GRE scores in place of GMAT scores. Now over 1,000 business schools worldwide accept either the GRE or the GMAT, with about 80% of MBA programs reporting no preference between the two. What about law schools? Are there any …

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IELTS: Self- Preparation Or With A Professional Trainer

Much has been written about the IELTS test itself and ways to prepare for it, so why do we feel the need to address this issue again? Anyone going to take the IELTS faces the choice between preparing for the test independently and employing professional advice and assistance of a tutor. Finding the right answer …

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How to get into top graduate schools?

If your dream is to get into some of the top graduate schools, it is important that you start thinking about it very early. Some of you may even think about it during your undergraduate years. An early start helps you think clearly about your objectives and orient your efforts towards achieving those objectives. Getting …

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How To Pay For Graduate School?

Now that you have been admitted into a graduate program of your choice, you have to now take the next big step. You have to come up with grad school funding options. With average program costs as high as $30,000 in some cases, you need to make sure that you do not have too much …

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Six Tips for Graduate School Personal Statements

Writing a graduate school personal statement is an extremely important part of the admissions process. Personal statements offer a great way to bring out a qualitative difference to your application, beyond the mere quantitative factors such as GRE scores and GPA numbers. It’s a great way for the admissions committee to know more about you …

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