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Why Your Children Should Learn English As Early As Possible

Why Your Children Should Learn English As Early As Possible

If you learned English late, you might have noticed just how hard it is to pronounce words like a native. There is always an accent that just won’t go away. You can try getting rid of it to sound almost like a native but that needs a ton of practice. When you are learning the … Continue reading “Why Your Children Should Learn English As Early As Possible”

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A Guide to College Admissions Essays

A Guide to College Admissions Essays

The college application essay is known by many names like “personal statement” or “statement of purpose” which is the most popular one. International applicants use the acronym SOP for it and I shall use the same in this post. The SOP is one of the most important pillars of your application – it can make … Continue reading “A Guide to College Admissions Essays”

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5 Ways to Find Scholarships to Study Abroad

5 Ways to Find Scholarships to Study Abroad

What will it take to afford an international education? Our friends at TopUniversities say, “Start with scholarships!” For a large majority of those planning to study abroad, finding funding to cover tuition fees and living expenses is a major priority. I know this from the daily questions we get asked on TopUniversities.com, as well as … Continue reading “5 Ways to Find Scholarships to Study Abroad”

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Diversity in Education

Diversity in Education

I have written quite a bit about schools in the US, applications, graduate degrees and such. Today I will talk of what international students are studying in the USA and why. Being an international student myself, I was very clear about why I had chosen a higher degree here- very high standard of education and … Continue reading “Diversity in Education”

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The TOEFL iBT and How It’s Different from the PBT

The TOEFL iBT and How It’s Different from the PBT

A few years ago, most TOEFL testing centers switched from a paper-based test or computer-based test to an Internet-based test, called the iBT. The CBT is not used any more, and the PBT is now offered in relatively few countries: Afghanistan, Angola, American Samoa, or Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, … Continue reading “The TOEFL iBT and How It’s Different from the PBT”

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