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Revisiting Myself: A Year Later |Nikin Tharan|

“The land of the free, the home of the brave, where opportunities lie and dreams are fulfilled” – American Dream   My name is Nikin Tharan and I was born and educated in India. I would like to start-off by saying that applying to American universities was a crazy process and I am extremely thankful...
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Rutgers University

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Minnu’s Minute: Checklist for 11th Graders

Hello 11th graders! As you are in between the transition from 11th and 12th standard and getting closer to your summer vacation, I wanted to give you a checklist of all things you generally need for a strong application to a university in the US.
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Planning for College

A higher education degree or certificate takes time and money. To get the most from your investment, do a little research. Understand what college is and how you can use it to obtain the education and technical training you need. Then survey the college market to find a school — whether 4-year university or a...
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ACT Date Announcement India 2015

ACT – American College Test is a standardized test for high school students for getting into college admissions in USA. Results are accepted by all four year colleges in the U.S.
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Parent Spotlight: Chitra Anand

While looking for advice from an expert in the field, I came across the IKC who were not in the business of counseling for the financial part. It was at India Calling we met with Mr. Girish Ballolla and Minnu.
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It’s not too late to apply!

If you are in your 12th standard right now, listen up! It is not too late and you can still apply to pursue your undergraduate degree in the US.
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