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The smart Indian student’s guide to getting into MIT

For over 150 years Massachusetts Institute of Technology has played a key role in science, technology, engineering and math-STEM education. This university is one of the world’s best institutes both in terms of academics and experience. Did you know? As of 2020, 97 Nobel laureates have been associated with MIT, what more do you need to prove its credibility. Read more

What to do a week before the SAT?

You’ve consistently been preparing for your SATs and are pretty confident about taking the test. You’ve watched the test date get closer and closer, 2 months, 1 month and now, 1 week to go. Firstly, congratulations on getting this far, and we wish you the highest of scores. But, do you know what to do differently in these last seven days to be the best and brightest version of yourself on D-day? Sure, you might have followed a plan for the entire duration of your prep, and it must have worked wonderfully. But the dynamics right before the test are a little bit different and following the same rigorous schedule might burn you out. The worse news is that the effect will show up in your final score. Read more

How demonstrating interest can help you get into your dream college?

You might have good grades, exceptional test scores, and fabulous extracurriculars. But, is it enough to get into your dream college? And if it isn’t, what can you do about it? Universities are primarily businesses, and like most companies have sales, academic institutions have a yield rate. Read more

Which minors to choose along with a Bachelors in Computer Science?

The US is a hotspot for everything tech, with the Silicon Valley home to some of the best companies worldwide like Google, Apple, Facebook and more. So, if you’ve chosen the US as your destination to pursue a bachelor’s degree in computer science, congratulations, you’ve made a great call. Read more

What is the Scope of a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering?

Did you know? If the aviation industry were a country, its GDP would be at 17th place worldwide. Air transport is a vital part of the world, and for this reason, it is a $3.5 trillion industry today. What’s more? It is expected to be over $6 trillion by 2040. Read more

What to Do When Your Dream School Defers Your Application?

Are you a high school student pining after a particular undergraduate college abroad? If that is the case, you have an advantage. Early applications are a great way to get your name known among the admissions committees of your top choice colleges. It also might give you a higher chance of acceptance as relatively lesser people apply. And if you do get in, you can stop stressing about the university and focus on your high school curriculum. But first, let’s look at the two kinds of early admission processes. Read more

What is the Scope of BS in Marine Engineering from US?

Did you know? Almost 90% of the world’s shipping happens through the sea. You’d think that with the advent of globalization, imports and exports would mostly happen through air. However, that’s far from the truth. Only about 10% of commercial goods are transported by road, rail and air combined. Moreover, with most international air routes being restricted due to the coronavirus, goods transported through the sea might now be well over 90%. This brings us to our topic, marine engineers – the force behind international trade and transport. Read more

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