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Student Spotlight: Purav Parekh

At Gen Next Education, the student is at the center of what we do. We pride ourselves on helping each student find the right fit for their unique background and goals. We achieve this by providing comprehensive, NO COST advising to students in both India and the Middle East seeking bachelor’s, master’s or PhD programs....
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Gen Next Team Spotlight: Palak Chugh

Gen Next Education’s team of college counselors are seasoned professionals strategically located across the country to serve the unique educational and advising needs of students and families in both India and the Middle East.  They also function as liaisons to and extended team members of our university partners. Our Spotlights provide a platform for them to...
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What’s the deal with all these deadlines?

Ever  wondered  why  US  Universities  have  multiple  application  submission deadlines? What do they mean? Who should apply to each of these deadlines? Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know: Early Decision (ED): What is it? A binding application submission, usually including a signed statement by the student and the school personnel submitting official...
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Important Information about University Scholarships

DID YOU KNOW? Most universities provide automatic and free scholarship consideration to applicants — with some offering 25%-75% off tuition based on the academic and overall strength of the applicant! That means: 1. How your child presents themselves in their applications can actually help you save a lot of money in tuition fees! 2. Your...
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Preparing Your Child for an International Education – The Early Years

If you have a child, without a doubt you have spent at least some time worrying about his or her education—which school should you enroll them in, what extracurricular programs will help them develop themselves better, which careers and subjects should they be preparing for, etc.  As counselors, we get calls from parents of children...
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Guide to Researching Universities

One of the best ways to find reliable information about a university is directly through the university’s website. Here you should be able to find all of the facts and figures that you need to understand the university, its programs, its admissions requirements, and financial aid options. While much of the information you are looking...
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Intern or Volunteer This Summer!

It’s April, and many of you have begun or are looking forward to your summer holidays. You’ve worked hard, and it’s time for a little bit of R&R. But we at the IKC know that you probably aren’t taking your entire vacation to rest, right?! You are busy students with exams to study for, summer...
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Waitlisted?

It’s that time of year! If you have applied to begin university in the U.S. next fall, you have probably received your admissions decision. And this decision is one of the following 3: yes, no, or maybe.
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The ACT According to Anvesh

Meet Anvesh, a Bangalore student finishing up his 12th. Anvesh recently wrote the ACT, an exam that measures students’ college readiness and is accepted alongside the SAT at most U.S. universities. Since the ACT isn’t as common in India as the SAT is, we caught up with Anvesh to hear about his experience.
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