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13 Education Quotes To Really Get You Thinking

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Recent comments from Oklahoma Rep. Mike Reynolds stating, “It is not our (the government’s) job to see that anyone gets an education,” has caused backlash from many of his constituents and some of you at our social media pages. That got us thinking — what are some other notable education quotes that authors, politicians, and […]
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Developing Your Late in the Game ACT Study Plan

With just a week to go until exam day, you may feel pressure start to build and your nerves grow more jittery. That’s okay. The ACT test is one of the most important steps yet in your path towards college, and if you gave it the same respect as a normal math or science quiz, […]
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6 Ways to Connect with Difficult Material

When prepping for any exam, you’re going to be faced with things you know, things you don’t, and information that is somewhere in between. The things you know aren’t worth the worry. But the rest is another story. That’s why we’ve compiled these 6 Ways to Connect with Difficult Material. Utilize these tactics for your […]
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College Admission Essay Help: 48 Tips For Getting It Right

Summer is on the horizon, and with it comes sleeping in, more availability at your job, late nights, and if you’re about to be a senior, the time to start your college application essay. While you’re the best person to write your essay, we’d like to help. With “College Admission Essay Help: 48 Tips For […]
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Why Your Practice LSAT Isn’t Enough

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The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) can place you on the pathway to a lucrative career in law. But to land the most prestigious schools on your wish list and thus be more marketable against your peers in the job hunt, you need to do your very best to show you’re ready for the challenges […]
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SAT Essay Tips: Pros vs. Cons and Using Illustrations for a Better Writing Score

The SAT Exam remains a major tool that colleges use to determine your acceptance. It can also play a role in how much non-loan financial aid you receive. Essay writing is an integral part of this important exam, and without the ability to organize your thoughts, analyze an argument, and think on your feet, you […]
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The Process of Elimination and Using the Power of Choice to Your Advantage

Multiple choice questions can make or break your test scores if you don’t know how to approach them. Most people understand the concept of the process of elimination, but they forget a key part of actually making it effective. It isn’t about picking between the two best choices. Sure, that’s part of it, but you […]
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8 Ways to Crash-Course Your Way to a Better TOEFL Score

Taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language, or TOEFL exam as it is more commonly known, is a challenge that native English speakers take for granted. If you have come to the language later in life, then you know what an obstacle English can be with all its little inconsistencies and exceptions. But […]
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Affect vs. Effect and Other Word Pairings that Could Derail Your GMAT Scores

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) could be the only thing standing between you and the business school of your choosing, so it’s important when tackling this test that you do not succumb to simple communication errors. Some of the most likely that you will encounter are word pairings that sound alike but have different […]
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8 Tips for Striking TOEIC Gold

The business world of today is one that requires the ability to communicate a company message to a global audience. But to do that, companies need qualified candidates, who can step up on the global stage with the English-speaking skills necessary to connect with audiences. The TOEIC exam, or the Test of English for International […]
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