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Writing university applications

Overview A key part of the admissions process is the supplementary applications, which many Canadian university programs have implemented. Many of these supplementary apps did not exist a few years ago. One of the reasons these apps have been added to the application process is due to universities seeking more

How to Prepare For Standardized Tests

Summer is a great time to prep for standardized tests. Whether you are in high school and looking to take the SATs (and SAT Subject Tests), ACTs, or planning to attend graduate school and take the MCAT, LSAT, GMAT or GRE, these months are precious and you for prep and

Achieving academic success: from High School to University

If you are in high school, you are probably thinking about how to navigate the challenges of high school and what steps you can take to maximize your chances of getting into your dream university or program. In this first blog of what will be a series of blogs, we

Admissions at Canada’s Top Business Schools

Richard Ivey Building at Western University Ivey, Schulich, Queen’s Commerce, and Rotman School of Management are some of the notable undergraduate business programs in Canada. If you have your eyes set on attending one of these fantastic programs, then there are a few important things you should keep in mind.

Going from a ‘C’ student to an ‘A’ student

In grade 9, I was a 60s student. In fact, I failed my first French test. I was barely managing to get 60s in all my other subjects when my classmates were getting 80s and 90s. I didn’t know what I was doing wrong. I did my homework, I did

Why Many Students Fail to Identify the Right Career Path in High School

When students enter High School, they often take the usual Math, English and Science courses. Very few students get the opportunity to explore courses that give them a taste of the career paths they later pursue after their post secondary education. We are finding that the vast majority of students

New semester, new me

If you are in high school and have recently finished your exams, congratulations! It’s a big milestone and you should take some time to rest. As you start the next semester, you should be thinking about how you can start it on a strong note. It doesn’t matter where you

What kind of summer camp should your child attend?

Why summer camp: Summer camps are an important time for children. The type of summer camp one attends can be an even more important matter. Studies have shown that the type of activities that children take part in over the summer months make a big difference in their brain’s development.

Does your child need Summer Tutoring?

With the academic year winding down a lot of parents are wondering what their kids should do in the summer. Parents put their kids through various camps and other extracurricular activities in hopes of keeping their kids preoccupied in the summer but often overlook the importance of keeping their children