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  • SAT SAT: WAS YESTERDAY’S TEST THE SAME AS THE DECEMBER 2018 US TEST?

    While it is difficult to be sure that the two tests were completely identical, the test given yesterday in Thailand was at least very, very similar to the one given in the US in December 2018. IS THIS KIND OF REUSE UNUSUAL? Yes and No. It is not at all unusual for students in Asia […]

  • SAT How SAT cancellations will affect this year’s college admissions:

    Amid the widespread COVID-19 pandemic, the College Board has recently cancelled the May SAT exam, leaving millions of 11th-graders worldwide in a state of uncertainty over their future exam options and, more importantly, the upcoming U.S. university admissions later this year.

    20 Mar 2020
  • SAT 2021 SAT Changes And What They Mean For Students

    On Tuesday, College Board announced major changes to its product offerings, including an end to SAT Subject Tests and an end to the SAT’s optional essay. Below are answers to some of the most common questions we have been receiving from parents and students. Exactly what changes are being made? The immediate changes relate to […]

    22 Jan 2021
  • Undergraduate Things we learned from 2020.

    Congrats everyone! You have successfully made it through 2020!  We have seen how COVID-19 has disrupted the university admissions plans for the high school class of 2021. From standardized test cancellations to unpredictable admission policies that change every month, students need to think and plan their road to college admission early and carefully. Here are […]

    29 Dec 2020
  • SAT SAT: WAS YESTERDAY’S TEST THE SAME AS THE DECEMBER 2018 US TEST?

    While it is difficult to be sure that the two tests were completely identical, the test given yesterday in Thailand was at least very, very similar to the one given in the US in December 2018. IS THIS KIND OF REUSE UNUSUAL? Yes and No. It is not at all unusual for students in Asia […]

    06 Dec 2020
  • GMAT Debunking 5 GMAT Myths

    Well, you have started your preparations for the coveted GMAT. You are daunted by the test. So you go online to research shortcuts. You come across dozens of tips to conquer this test or details that “no one else knows about”. You are not sure which of these are real and which ones are a […]

    04 Sep 2020
  • SAT SAT: To take or not to take

    All eight Ivy League schools and many other top 20 U.S. universities have already announced that they will be “Test Optional” for this 2020-2021 Admissions cycle. What does that mean for the rising senior students applying to universities this year? And the biggest question hanging on every student’s mind…Do I still need to take the […]

    25 Jun 2020
  • Liberal Arts College What Is A Liberal Arts College?

    A huge congratulations to our EduSmith class of 2020! Our students have been hearing back from their dream colleges around the United States, and many have been accepted to top-tier Liberal Arts Colleges, including Williams College, Bowdoin College, Middlebury College, Wesleyan University, and Harvey Mudd College. All of us on the EduSmith team are incredibly […]

    15 Apr 2020
  • RECOMMENDATIONS October Recommendations: Historical Fiction

    The genre of historical fiction has played a key role in presenting the complexities of historical events. Stretching the imagination, it aims to show the possibilities of life during various intersections of time and place.

    16 Nov 2019
  • IELTS TOEFL or IELTS? Which to take? (2)

    In our last blog, we laid out the structures of both tests. There is no definite answer on which is “easier” or “better,” as the format is different. But these are the questions that you could ask to help you decide which test is more suitable for you. 1.Where are you applying While TOEFL is […]

    16 Nov 2019

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