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Dành thời gian học ngoại ngữ trong kỳ nghỉ hè

Học ngoại ngữ là một quá trình đòi hỏi sự liên tục. Ngay cả khi đã kết thúc chương trình học chính thức tại trường học, các em vẫn có thể tiếp tục tìm kiếm các cơ hội trau dồi khả năng ngoại ngữ tại nhiều nơi khác. Kỳ nghỉ hè chính là thời điểm…

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Summer Writing Bootcamp: Narrative Writing

Spark Prep is excited to announce our summer programming this year: An intensive 6-day writing bootcamp, led by Sam Lien Nguyen.  Designed to fit the needs of students from grade 9 to 12, this course will be focused on Narrative Writing, especially for college applications. Students will be invited to read and examine examples of…

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7 Time-Management Tips for Online Learning

With the flexibility of online degree programs, learning can happen from almost anywhere – at home, on the road or even on a plane. Students have the ability to attend college while also juggling other life commitments. But taking online courses, which are mostly self-paced, requires motivation and discipline. Here are seven time-management tips to consider. 1. Set…

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Why parents are important in application process

To the students: College admission can get very stressful. The pressure can drive you to the edge of being broken down. That’s why getting your parents involved is essential. Not only being parents, they are the closest mentors to guide you pass the anxiety of future preparation. First rule: Parents are the first and last…

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2022-2023 Common App Essay Prompts

The Common App essay prompts will remain the same for 2022-2023. Because as we enter the third year of a global pandemic, consistency is not a bad thing. Common App knows from most recent survey on the topic that over 95% of every group who responded–students, counselors, teachers, and admission officers–agree that the prompts spark…

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Tips for international students applying to graduate programs

High school and college are the two most common goals of international students, but in recent years, graduate degrees are becoming more popular. For those who finish undergraduate study in the U.S., they must be familiar with the admissions process. However, for international students who haven’t gone through college apps before, applying to graduate programs…

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