A sample letter written by a professor for a student who is applying to graduate school.
Writing a letter of recommendation and don't know where to start? Check out this sample recommendation letter written by a professor for a student that is planning on attending graduate school.
Sample letter of recommendation written by an employer for an employee who is applying to graduate school.
Think it's too early to begin your dissertation? It's never too early. Here are 4 things you can do now to get that dissertation ball rolling.
Writing papers and other large projects can overwhelm even the best of students. Most time management experts agree that the best way to tackle a large project is to break it into its component tasks. Here's how.
Evaluate each offer for graduate admissions as it comes in. Here's why.
Sometimes you should look beyond academics to find the right graduate program for you.
Before sitting down to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), gather these documents.
FAFSA Tip: Submit it early.
What information goes into the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) Work/Activities section?
Having a hard time staying on task? Try this simple technique.
Don't underestimate the importance of the graduate admissions interview. Prepare.
What is the purpose of the graduate admissions interview?
During your admissions interview, take advantage of opportunities to interact with graduate students.
If you have questions before, during, or after the interview, don't be afraid to ask them.
All students need an academic calendar because, rather than the calendar year, it follows the academic year, from mid-August to July.
If you're teaching a class next semester, preparing a syllabus (and reviewing and revising it) should be your top priority. Here's how to do it.
Thanking those who write letters of recommendation on your behalf is not just good manners, it's solid professional advice. Here's a sample letter to illustrate this simple but very effective note.
Don't ask dumb questions during your graduate admissions interview. Do your homework and ask well informed questions.
How does academia view distance education?
A big part of success in college and graduate school relies on your ability to organize yourself and effectively manage your time. Enter the weekly planner.
How can a graduate student get grant funding?
To-do lists make your life easier because they list everything that you need to do or remember for a given day, so you don’t have to worry about forgetting anything.
Getting through grad school entails learning how to manage your time - and learning how to work during big blocks of time. Many students find the prospect of being productive for a large chunk of time, say 2 hours, daunting. Enter the timer trick.
Decided to decline an offer of admission to graduate study but don't know how? Use this model letter declining offer of admission to graduate study as a guide.