Monthly Archives: September 2010

The 5 Most Unusual SAT Tips

1. Stretch your hands during the essay. You have 25 minutes to write the flipping thing, and you have to write for the heavy majority of those 25 minutes. Stretching your hand while the proctor blah blah blahs about something … Continue reading

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Georgetown University

Where did Bill Clinton go to college? What’s a Hoya? Why do birds suddenly appear every time you are near? The answers to these and other mysteries of the world below – College Compass Campus Profile presents: Georgetown University. NAME: … Continue reading

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Carnegie Mellon University

Hello World! It’s time for CMU’s moment in the Campus Profile sun…or should we say, C0Lle9E c0mP455 k4mpuZ Pr0F1Le?… excuse the mild Computer Science humor, but Carnegie Mellon is one of the premier institutions in the field – read on … Continue reading

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Top 10 SAT Mistakes

The SAT is one of the primary factors that college admissions officers use to determine whether or not a student is a good fit for their college — so, it’s pretty important. The last thing you want to do is … Continue reading

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