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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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SAT Subject Tests have been losing their relevance over the years. As more and more colleges say goodbye to the Subject tests (there are only 3 now that actually require it for all their applicants), it is now possible to imagine the College Board will do the same. https://princetonreview.blog/2018/03/13/sat-subject-tests-are-a-sinking-ship/ The Indian government has thrown a lifeline...
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Do you love Tulips, Stroopwafels, Windmills, or Clogs? Well, look no further than Netherlands – a country that has also given us some famous inventions like the Submarine, Microscope, and even their water engineering techniques. The Dutch people are renowned for their warmth and welcoming nature, as well as their height! What many Indians do...
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Each school is different and each child in every school is different, a fact that makes the task of making a standard school look pretty impossible.  A school leader needs to recognize this fact and embrace it, such that this diversity becomes something to be celebrated and encouraged, rather than feared.  While one size cannot...
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“The old order changeth, yielding place to the new.”                                                            – Lord Alfred Tennyson While writing this in the middle of the nineteenth century, Lord Tennyson would...
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In loving memory of our dearest friend, Urvashi Poddar – a simple soul who left us much before her days on earth should have been over. Twinkle twinkle little star, How we wonder where you are, Up above the world so high, Like an angel in the sky…  I was a teacher – committed to...
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The life of a high school senior is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, you bask in the glory of your previous achievements in school as your juniors look up to you, and teachers give you increased respect and responsibilities. You have been there and done that – and wish to enjoy your day...
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Nikhil had always been a good student in school – excellent grades, good debater, quiz team, and the school’s star table tennis player. In grade 11, when many of his classmates started planning for the SAT/ACT, and discussing American universities, even he was enticed into thinking about his higher education abroad. However, knowing his parents...
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Contributed by Devanshi Dabriwal (Wellesley ’16) Every year, thousands of eager Indian students arrive in the USA to live their American dream. However, as one settles in and the initial excitement and exhaustion of orientation week dies down, homesickness kicks in. It especially hits hard during Thanksgiving and the short break around it when everyone...
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For many students and parents, picking a college to attend is determined primarily by rankings. However, the system of education in USA universities is built less on rankings and more on FIT. When a university looks at admitting a student, in addition to the academic record and profile, they pay immense importance in trying to...
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