It’s fall time in October. Most of your peers who are high school seniors are scrambling to put together their college applications, yet they’re not even due until the end of November. What gives “The early bird gets the worm.” You’ve heard this proverb before, and you’ve probably come to realize how true it holds. … Continue reading What’s the difference between early decision and early action? Should I apply?
by Shambhavi Gupta There are several issues standing in the way of Indian students trying to apply to college in the United States and Canada. Colleges in North America are not familiar with Indian academic practices, and high school teachers and administrators in India (with the exception of those in a few elite preparatory schools) … Continue reading Challenges facing Indian applicants applying to American and Canadian universities
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”