Category Archives: graduate school

Tips for Success: Mistakes to Avoid

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Greetings! First and foremost, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend.  As we head into the holiday season just three short  weekends away, I want to take this opportunity to encourage families to reflect on how we can extend   “Giving Tuesday”  as part of our holiday traditions.   For suggestions on how to contribute to this initiative please…

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Tips for Success – College Applications – Financial Aid – Suggested Reading

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Hi Everyone, The past few weeks I’ve been posting links to several excellent resources on a wide variety of topics. This is an excellent time for all high school students and undergraduates to schedule a mid-year check-up to assess progress towards your strategic educational plan.   A fall check-up allows you to customize solutions to time management, learning strategies and…

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Get the Facts: College Admissions Trends- Tips for Success!

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Students and Families:  Get the facts by preparing for and responding to some recent trends in college admissions. The Class of 2019 college admissions process has come to a close. Admissions deposits have been made, summer orientation plans are being set and students may already be thinking about decorating their dorm room.  Please stay in touch sharing your progress and…

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Which Colleges Do I Visit, Apply or Enroll – 4000+ Choices!

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How to Select the Right College and a Potential Major: Insider Tips for Parents and Students from Educational Consultant and University Professor Bonnie R. Rabin, Ph.D. There are more than 4,000 colleges in the US alone and these offer a myriad of majors and minors  some of which you’ve likely never even considered , i.e. business analytics, viticulture and enology…

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It’s Exam Day- ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, APs– What to Bring?

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  It’s just another day and your future does not rest on these scores—so first and foremost, stay relaxed and focused on the task at hand.  That said, let’s talk about what to bring with on exam day and  let’s consider some additional items to help reduce the stress level while being prepared for your exam. The required items include:  Your admission ticket,…

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Social Media  – College Applications – Career Connections- Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram?

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    Well there’s no accounting for taste, but there most certainly is a need to have a taste for a good online filter.  Whether you’re applying to an undergraduate or graduate program or changing careers, job hunting or the like, the culturally accepted practice of keeping one’s personal and professional life separate has never been more important than in…

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Graduate School or The Workplace?

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This is a very personal decision and one to which the answer depends on many factors.  There are a  number of important considerations impacting whether to attend graduate school or take a full time position. Some of these factors include location, your financial situation, whether your current (or potential) employer will be supporting your graduate school endeavors, your burn-out quotient,…

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Campus Career and Job Fairs and Employer Sponsored Job Fairs

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This is the season for career fairs on college campuses and  also employment and job fairs sponsored by specific employer groups and industry representatives.   It is essential to have a current resume focused on the skills you bring to a potential employer in specific internship programs and positions.  Your resume is your chance to make your best and first impression.  A…

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Funding for Graduate School

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Graduate school is expensive, especially when we consider the opportunity cost of attending full time.  If you’re in school, you’re not earning a paycheck.   For this reason alone, it’s not unreasonable to consider attending on a part time basis.  Your employer might be willing to contribute towards the cost of your education.  However, if you’re determined to enroll full…

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