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Follow a Mongolian Student Through the Admissions Process

by Jessica Stahl - Posts (449). Posted Friday, May 13th, 2011 at 11:34 am

The New York Times has spent the past few months following the journeys of several high school seniors as they apply to college for a series called “The Choice.”  Somehow we missed this before, but one of those students is an international student from Mongolia!  In her series of blog posts, Uyanga Tamir has written […]

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Is My GPA Good Enough?

by Jessica Stahl - Posts (449). Posted Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 at 10:43 am

A Serbian student applying to graduate school in the U.S. asked the following question regarding how the different quantitative components of an application would be evaluated: My current GPA is 7.5, and I am in the group of 50% better ones. So, my question is, does that automatically mean that I will be disqualified in […]

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