Category: International

17
Mar

The IvyAchievement Counselors’ Guide to Indian College Applicants: Part I

About this Guide The IvyAchievement Counselors’ Guide to Indian College Applicants is meant for college admissions professionals, Indian parents and students, high-school counselors, and anyone curious about how and why Indian students come to the United States and Canada. It contains material already familiar to each audience, but from the perspective of an American counselor who has … Continue reading The IvyAchievement Counselors’ Guide to Indian College Applicants: Part I

SAT test dates have changed for international students
28
Feb

International SAT test dates and ACT test dates: important information

Looking for international ACT test dates or international SAT test dates? We have them here! Score release dates will be added when they become available. Important update: the SAT will be given internationally only four times in the next calendar year: May, October, December, and March. The June and November College Board administrations will be … Continue reading International SAT test dates and ACT test dates: important information

United States Capitol Building with flag
03
Feb

The International Students’ Guide to American Politics and News: Part I

Part I: Primer on American Law and Politics for International Students Benjamin P. Stern, Esq. Founder & CEO, IvyAchievement Member, New York State Bar and United States Courts for the Eastern District and Southern District of New York As a lawyer, the founder of an university admissions consulting company that has served dozens of international students, … Continue reading The International Students’ Guide to American Politics and News: Part I

02
Dec

International Students Scared for Trump’s America

When Donald Trump was announced as the 45th president of the United States, many people all over the world immediately became alarmed. I have been in India for the past month with the IvyAchievement team meeting with our clients and was glued to the television in my Delhi Airbnb apartment when the election results were … Continue reading International Students Scared for Trump’s America

11
Feb

Indian Applicants: Stop Writing “The Same”

Students from India are applying to college and graduate school in the U.S., U.K., and Canada in increasing numbers. Although English is a common language among all those countries, there are many differences between Indian, American, Canadian, and British English usage, grammar, and punctuation. One of the purposes of this blog will be to point … Continue reading Indian Applicants: Stop Writing “The Same”