Stanford GSB Owes An Apology

Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently made a $1.8 billion donation to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University, so that the school could go need-blind in admissions. After we learned of his gift, we dared Johns Hopkins University to show rather than tell, to remove the prompt that reads, “Do you intend … 

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Duke Law Applicant

File this one under absolutely bizarre. A student applied to the Duke University School of Law but failed to submit his LSAT score. And it’s not like he submitted a GRE in lieu of an LSAT. Duke Law requires the submission of an LSAT. So because the student didn’t submit … 

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Penn Philosophy Department Drops GRE Requirement

The University of Pennsylvania’s department of philosophy will no longer require applicants to its graduate doctoral program to submit GRE scores. In fact, the department has gone one step further: the school won’t even look at GRE scores that are submitted by these applicants. The GRE, long the subject of … 

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How NYU Med Put All Top Med Schools On Notice

Recently, we reported that the New York University School of Medicine was going tuition-free thanks in large part to the enormous generosity of Ken and Elaine Langone. You see, Johns Hopkins’ development office has Mayor Michael Bloomberg on its speed dial. Stanford University has Nike co-founder Phil Knight. And New … 

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Free Tuition at NYU School of Medicine

The New York University School of Medicine has become the first top-10 ranked medical school to go tuition-free. So if you happen to be one of the 442 currently enrolled students, well, dinner’s on you (or your parents) tonight because you just got quite the present. Think about how cool … 

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Drama at Columbia Medical School Admissions Office

The dean of admissions of the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons resigned yesterday as a result of an ongoing dispute with the dean of the faculty of medicine. The dispute apparently concerned the removal of a member of the admissions committee. As we’ve learned, the dean of … 

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We Are Hiring Graduate School Admissions Counselors

          Have you previously evaluated applications for admission to a prestigious medical school? Or maybe you did so at an elite law school. Or a top business school. Maybe you evaluated applications for admission to a PhD program in art history or neuroscience. In any case, … 

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Niceness Matters at Tuck School of Business

Being nice is important in life. It also happens to now be officially important at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business, one of the nation’s preeminent graduate business schools. While we would argue that being nice has always mattered not only at Tuck but at every highly selective business program … 

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