Leadership Skills

Advocating for Your Gifted Child Within the Public School System
25 February, 2019
A parent is her child’s best advocate. Many times, as parents, we find ourselves in a situation where we need to speak up for our child, especially when she is too young to speak up for herself. Parents ofgifted children [https://www.noodle.com/topics/gifted-and-talented-education]are often in the uncomfortable position of advocating for their child when her unique learning needs are not being met at school. When we see that we have to address these educational concerns with our child’s teacher
GMAT vs GRE Webinar Presented By Noodle Pros and Stratus Admissions Counseling
11 February, 2019
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#AdmissionsPros: Getting Admitted With Kofi Kankam
13 August, 2018
Welcome to # [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/category/admissionspros/] AdmissionsPros [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/category/admissionspros/]! In this series, admissions advisors and educational consultants offer their advice and insight on the big picture of elementary, secondary, and graduate school admissions — from extracurriculars, to essays, to, (of course) standardized tests. As the founder and CEO of Admit Advantage [https://www.admitadvantage.com/] and Admit.me [https://www.admit.
#AdmissionsPros: Keeping It Relative With Michael Muska
30 May, 2018
Welcome to#AdmissionsPros [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/category/admissionspros/]! In this series, admissions advisors and educational consultants offer their advice and insight on the big picture of elementary, secondary, and graduate school admissions — from extracurriculars, to essays, to, (of course) standardized tests. Michael Muska has been working in admissions for nearly 30 years at such institutions as Brown, Oberlin, Cornell, Poly Prep, Phillips Andover Academy, and Milton Academy.
Will Your College GPA Help With Your Job Search?
03 May, 2018
Does your college GPA matter in the job search? Learn whether your undergraduate grades matter for your career, and how to address grades on your resume and in job applications. You’ve been studying all week for tomorrow’s exam. While scoring below an A on one college test isn’t the end of the world, it may affect your grade point average — which you’ve been working tirelessly to keep up since middle school. You know GPA matters, because it’s enabled you to get here. But how important is GPA t
10 Essentials For Acing The MBA Admissions Interview
21 February, 2018
Receiving an offer to interview is a major milestone in the MBA admissions process [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/2017/10/20/common-mba-concerns/], worthy of pause and quiet self-congratulations. While not yet time to pop the champagne, an interview offer is a clear signal you’ve caught the attention of admissions and that the school believes in your potential. Admissions acceptance rates among the top 10 schools dropped to a record 14.5% selectivity [https://poetsandquants.com/2017/04/12/acc
5 Key Leadership Skills Students Learn From Class Presentations
01 February, 2018
Teaching — not to mention learning — leadership skills can be tough. Rigid curricular material and high-stakes testing [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/2018/01/09/parents-need-know-sat/] often take precedence over opportunities to help kids develop the abilities that will help them in leadership and in life. But what if we were to put a greater effort into helping kids work on leadership abilities alongside more traditional subjects like math, science, and English? Educators might just find th