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Dmitrii

Cool Majors: Game Design

Many students now love gaming, but how about designing games? Interested in joining the highest grossing entertainment industry, with annual revenues that have blown past the revenues of both the music and movie industries combined? Game Design is an up-and-coming major, with many universities funding new e-sports teams and games research centers like the NYU Game Center. But as an admissions consultant who has worked with Game Design students for over a decade, I have seen how countless students misunderstand

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Anson Chung

Oxbridge Interview Deep Dives: Chemistry

Oxbridge interviews are always very specific and technical, but what are the professors looking for in your answers? Let’s dissect an example Chemistry interview question from Oxford: Please rank the following seven molecules in order of acidity. Right away, this is already shaping up to be quite a weird question. A lot of the compounds listed are not traditionally considered acids. How can we rank them in terms of acidity if they are not acids? Let’s take the quantitative approach

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Brendan Lung

Studying Psychology: US or UK?

Psychology has become one of the most popular majors at universities all over the world. However, the approach to the degree can vary significantly between systems, and it’s important to understand the key differences between pursuing the degree in the US and UK. Choosing the right fit based on your learning preferences and future goals is crucial to success at University and beyond.  In this article, Brendan and Emma, our Admissions Consultants who have Psychology degrees, will explore the main

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emma keoy

Cool Majors: Decision Science

Are you interested in human behavior? Do you want to improve the decision-making processes of individuals, companies, or even governments? Do you like to approach problem-solving in a creative, non-linear way? If you answered yes to these questions, a major worth considering is Decision Science. Decision-making is a fundamental aspect of what it means to be human, influencing both individual outcomes and broader societal impact. Whether it’s through optimizing patient care and improving health outcomes, or using data analysis and

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Prudence Ng

Demystifying “Pre-Law” in the US

Although law school is a graduate program in the US, aspiring law students should understand how law school admissions work and what law schools care about as they enter undergrad to set themselves up for success. “Pre-law” is a term often thrown around, but it can often be confusing, and even counterproductive, if students focus too much on it, without understanding what really matters to law schools. Breaking down law school admissions Unlike medical schools, which require pre-med students to

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Prudence Ng

Cool Majors: International Relations

In our deeply interconnected world, where flows of goods and services, information and ideas and capital and people are all global in scale, today’s problems require nuanced, multifaceted solutions. For students who are eager to take their learnings outside the classroom and apply them to real-world problems, an international relations (IR) major provides a strong foundation in multiple core disciplines that are crucial to understanding global issues, along with the flexibility to tailor courses to a student’s particular area of

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