In case you didn’t know it, Abby makes some pretty sick headbands. Folks were working on beats / lines of code, too, since “Craft Night” welcomes crafts of all kinds.
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Hey SAT students: Tonight, our friends at College Essay Organizer are running a sweet admissions essay workshop. Check out the details below! How do you write college essays that help you stand out from thousands of other applicants? How can you manage all your different essays without going totally insane? Organizing and writing your college essays is the most time-consuming and stressful part of the application process. This entertaining and informative webinar will show you how… Read more
This “GMAT How To” was written by Jonathan Bethune, one of our excellent GMAT Content Developers. Stay tuned for our next how-to video next week! Everyone knows that preparing for the GMAT takes practice — a lot of practice. But GMAT problems and practice tests aren’t the only things you need to get ready. Check out this how-to video for five strategies that will help you sharpen your CR and RC skills — even in everyday life…. Read more
Every once in a while, LSAT Logical Reasoning can help you answer some pressing real-life questions. To see how, try out this sample problem. Facebook Publicist: Facebook is a social networking website that allows people to connect with—or “befriend”—one another through a variety of online means that includes video-sharing, the posting of personal status updates, and the exhibition of private collections of photographs. The Facebook philosophy exploits the findings of a recent survey that has… Read more
We received a lot of great entries, but only five could win. These lucky students have won spots in our SAT course! Alyse Melillo Kevin Costello Patrick Dowling Ryan Rougoet Stella Wulkovich Congrats, everyone! We’re excited to have you in class. For folks who didn’t win, stay tuned. You can fan us on Facebook for news about our SAT course and the latest prep class giveaways.
If your LSAT administration was canceled this weekend, you should be getting another email from the LSAC in the next few days; when weather gets in the way of an exam, they try to schedule a make-up test within two to three weeks. Here are some things you should do if your LSAT was canceled: Hang on to your admission ticket; this will get you into the make-up test when it’s scheduled. If schools are… Read more
A storm’s a-brewin’, and the LSAC has already canceled a number of tomorrow’s LSAT administrations. Before you head out tomorrow, check to make sure your test center is open! The LSAC is keeping of running list of centers that are already closed, and that list is sure to grow today and tomorrow. Here are the closings so far, state by state: Delaware Center 1330 – University of Delaware, Newark, DE Maryland Center 1364 – Towson… Read more
The February LSAT is a bit of a mystery to many law school applicants. A lot of folks think that it’s harder or easier than other tests during the year (it’s not), that February scores come in too late to be sent to schools for the fall (not necessarily), or that if they haven’t started prepping by January they should just take it cold (not true!). If you’re taking the February 2010 LSAT, here are… Read more