Monthly Archives: June 2009

Law School Makeovers-

Law schools are growing further away from the legal practice every year.  Professional schools should  be close to their respective field like medical and business schools.  A move towards more adjunct professors will increase the level of practical experience and … Continue reading

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Brainteasers –

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and the National Institute of Health have a great kids page.  One of the highlights is the Brainteasers and Riddles page.  Some of the brainteasers are worth it for adults to take a … Continue reading

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School Rankings –

If you haven’t made a final decision on schools for the fall you should check out these sets of rankings.  Also, if you’re getting a head start on next year it is still worth a look.  Business Week has strong … Continue reading

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Career Guides —

Two websites that provide career advice for recent graduates are WetFeet and Vault.  The websites offer articles on office etiquette, job searches, and overall career advice.  Vault also has career guides that industry specific for graduates as well as laterals.  … Continue reading

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Homeschooling –

If you are currently homeschooling your children or considering the possibility it is important to gather resources.  A good starting point would be the page for Homeschooling.  It covers scheduling, teaching methods, special needs, and a great deal more.  … Continue reading

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Waitlist Strategies —

More waitlist strategies can be found in a recent article on the Business Week blog “Getting In”.  The post provides quick pieces of advice from the admission staff at Darden, Columbia, UCLA, & Chicago.  One of the more important issues … Continue reading

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Delayed Job Offers-

Business Week reports that recent MBA graduates are facing delayed start dates of three to six months.  The business school community is no stranger to this type of employment environment.  The graduating classes of 2001 and 2002 were dealt the … Continue reading

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