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As per research data, around 2 lac candidates take GMAT every year and almost 85% of them seek professional help with their application. However, apart from the already established consulting companies (who charge a hefty amount which is out of reach for most of the candidates), no one else have the platform to reach out to the candidates and help…
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Let’s change the the education matching system. Here’s the problem as I see it. High-school students are not being adequately paired with the right university, college or other institution of higher learning. I used the word “being” as though there’s an outside force. A 2013 study on admission matching from two economists — Eleanor Wiske Dillon of Arizona State University and Jeffrey Andrew Smith…
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What do relationships, real estate and job hunting all have in common?  They're, arguably, three of the four most important decisions people make in their lives.  Today, people making these decisions benefit from huge online databases of detailed, personal information that makes searching for "the one" convenient, efficient and pretty reliable. It's pretty crazy to think that such a system…
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CrowdPrep is a marketplace that hopes to democratize the  inefficient market for information about college admissions.  Outside of anecdotal stories, very little information is available about who actually gets into any given school.  CrowdPrep brings together college students and high school applicants.  College students fill out detailed profiles of their test scores, extracurricular activities, essays, etc. (i.e., their college app). …