30 July, 2021
How to Discuss Your Mental Health on College Applications
5 Unusual College Applications and Why They Didn’t (or Did) Work
What is Executive Function?
Selective College Admissions: What You Should Know About Test Optional
How to Find External Scholarships
The IEP Decoded: A Parent’s Guide By A Special Education Teacher
How Business Majors Can Stay Sharp This Summer: 5 Suggestions From Moon Prep
Summer can be one of the best times for students to take their learning outside of the classroom. Students can dedicate time to learning a new skill, gaining hands-on experience, or building relationships to learn more about their future career path. One field that has become increasingly popular for both high school students and adults is entrepreneurship. Here is how business majors can stay sharp during the summer and practice their skills. Take A MOOC Course Free online courses can be a low
30 July, 2021
The MCAT: A Deep Dive and Breakdown of the CARS Portion
Many MCAT test-takers have a background in the sciences and find that the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (CARS) portion of the exam is particularly challenging. On top of the very anxiety-inducing time pressure of the CARS section, the texts that examinees are required to read often come from genres with which students are not familiar, such as literary criticism, art history, and philosophy. To ensure that candidates have the opportunity to achieve their target score, we have include
06 July, 2021
LSAT Prep: Why Is It So Important and How Should You Proceed?
If you're planning to attend law school in North America, you'll probably need to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) as part of the admissions process. The test is intended to measure the skills critical to success in the first year of law school, like reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and writing ability. There are countless nuances to the LSAT itself, and studying for it is best undertaken as a months-long endeavor--but before you dive into it, there are a number of general poin
30 June, 2021
The GRE vs the GMAT: Which Test is Right for You?
Are you considering applying to graduate school? You may be wondering which graduate admissions exam you should take — the GRE or the GMAT. Until recently, the choice was clear: take the GMAT for a graduate business program (like an MBA) and take the GRE for almost any other graduate program in the arts and sciences. In 2006, however, Stanford began accepting the GRE for Business School applications, and since then more and more business schools have joined in. So if you are planning to apply to
25 June, 2021
How Much Do Extracurriculars Matter In College Admissions: A Word From Moon Prep
In the 2020-21 cycle, 10% more college applications [https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/article/2021/01/26/common-apps-new-data-show-overall-gains-applications-not-first] were submitted compared to the previous year. Students were applying to more schools, as the most selective universities [https://www.crimsoneducation.org/us/blog/admissions-news/brown-application-numbers-hit-record-high-for-class-of-2025/] , like Harvard University, Brown University, and New York University, all saw hu
22 June, 2021
Medical School and the MCAT: A Guide to the Basics, Breakdown, and Scores
By Erik Kolb, Noodle Pros MCAT CARS Tutor What Is the MCAT? If you plan to attend medical school in the United States (and some places in Canada), you are likely aware that the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) is a major factor in the application process. Developed by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), taking the MCAT is often the most daunting task facing prospective physicians who are competing for the limited number of spots available each year at medical schools.
15 June, 2021