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March 17, 2020

What Are ROTC Programs and
How They Work?

ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps, and this program is offered in 1,700 universities and colleges throughout the US. ROTC helps college students, male and female, to prepare to enter a military career as officers in one of the three branches in which it is offered..
February 27, 2020

How Long Should a Cover Letter Be?
(Ideal Length)

Whether you are a first-time job seeker or a seasoned professional, it is likely you will want to write and submit a cover letter with your application materials. An applicant’s resume and accompanying cover letter are, in essence, the first interview with a potential employer.
February 25, 2020

Improve Your Reading Skills to Read on
a College Level

The shortest definition includes a slew of higher-level foundational reading skills: summarizing, paraphrasing, annotating, identification of thesis ideas, arguing with the work, illustrating text-to-text connections, and building reading stamina. By developing these skills, you’ll be able to break down difficult passages and even entire difficult chapters in your texts.
February 24, 2020
writing a successful grad school personal statement

Writing a Winning Personal Statement
for Grad School

Going to graduate school is a big deal. Even as more and more undergraduate students see their baccalaureate degrees as stepping stones more than academic endpoints, it’s can still be an arduous process.
February 21, 2020

Writing A Successful Grad School
Statement of Purpose

The Statement of Purpose, or SOP, is a critical element of any graduate school application. It certainly shouldn’t be treated as an afterthought. This essay allows admissions committees to learn more about who you are..
February 13, 2020

What is the Difference
Between a College and a University?

As you or your college-age child begin to explore options, keep in mind that some terms surrounding college admission may not be self-explanatory. For instance, “college” and “university” seem like they are simply two words for an institution of higher learning.