Monthly Archives: March 2014

College Profile: University of Pennsylvania

More than two centuries after establishing itself as the first university in the United States, the University of Pennsylvania is easily one of the most recognized and prestigious universities in the country. Since William Penn and Benjamin Franklin founded UPenn, … Continue reading

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College Countdown Part I

Many high school students only start thinking about applying to college when they start senior year, and only then do they discover how much they have to do: they have applications to fill out, essays to write, standardized tests to … Continue reading

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Extra Hard SAT Math Question – Too Big for the Calculator

At the end of every SAT Math section, the test makers try to come up with an extremely difficult problem that will leave even the cleverest students scratching their heads. The really evil part, though, is that even these problems … Continue reading

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Ask Test Masters: Is the CAP Program Binding?

Ask Test Masters is a free information service offered by the college admission experts at Test Masters. Reader Obinna has a question about the University of Texas’ Coordinated Admission Program (CAP). She writes, “Is the University of Texas CAP Program … Continue reading

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College Profile: Stanford

When former California Governor Leland Stanford purchased 650 acres of Rancho San Francisquito real estate, hardly anyone would have guessed that land would eventually grow to 8,000 acres in size and house one of the most prestigious academic institutions in … Continue reading

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