GPA: How to Keep Your Score High

GPA (Grade Point Average) is a number that indicates a student’s performance. It is measured over a certain period and is used to rank students and see if they meet their academic requirements. There are several types of GPAs that people usually refer to in the US: high school core GPA, college (or career) GPA, … Read more

Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees: Which Is Better?

Have you already considered what you would do after you complete your education? Where do you want to work and in which role? How long do you plan to study? How much do you want to earn, and which budget can you spend on your education now? Answering these questions is not that easy, but … Read more

Doctor of Medicine: Is MCAT Obligatory?

What is MCAT? The majority of medical schools require your MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) passed. The MCAT is a computer-based test consisting of four sections designed by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). You will need 7.5 hours to complete the test, so it is a very challenging option. The MCAT tests your … Read more

College Spring Break 2021 Dates and Ideas

This year’s college spring break is in jeopardy. At least it will look different this year and probably make you take shorter and closer (if any) trips. Being isolated on a beach with other tourists may be the least desired outcome, though white-sand blue-water paradise is so attractive. However, you are blessed if you have … Read more

Estimate Your SAT with Your PSAT

The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test) is the test that students can take before the SAT – a university entrance test. Usually, high schoolers take PSAT in their 10th or 11th grade to try what the actual SAT is. However, there are PSAT for 8th and 9th-grade students too. The College Board –  a non-profit, … Read more