Congratulations, you're almost there! Use these tips for crossing off your college bucket list, finding a job or graduate school, and preparing for all that post-grad life has to offer.
Prepare for your grad school interview by considering this list of common but personally probing questions.
Good grades do not guarantee success in graduate school — students who avoid committing these eight common mistakes have a more enjoyable experience.
Here are the top 8 best grad school scholarships and fellowships, along with some application tips and tricks.
Getting accepted to grad school is a milestone accomplishment. But now that you've achieved it, what's next?
Are you ready for another three to eight years of graduate education? Sometimes taking time off first is a good idea.
Writing a letter of recommendation and not sure where to start? Here's a sample template recommendation letter for a student applying to grad school.
Is your personal therapist a good source for a recommendation letter to graduate school? What about if you’re applying to psychology doctoral programs?
It's not easy to deal with a graduate program rejection, but it's a common part of the process. Here's how to deal — and figure out what to do next.
What is grad school really like? Understand the differences between undergraduate studies and grad school.
How do you make a smooth transition from undergraduate college into graduate school? Be aware that grad school is different from being an undergrad.
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