School Research Doesn’t Have To Be a Drag!


There's no need to feel overwhelmed while staring at a school website. Check out our latest blog where we break down the do's and don'ts of school research!

Thinking of Studying in the UK?

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The UK higher education has always been a popular choice for international students because of its world-class institutions and rich cultural diversity, but British universities are not for everybody. Learn the distinctive characteristics of the UK education before deciding if it is the right choice for you!

Monty Hall Problem


The Monty Hall Problem is a famous problem that has been around for decades and originated from an American game show. This brain teaser was first solved by Steve Selvin and later Marilyn vos Savant, but many have debated whether their answer is mathematically accurate.

Scotland VS Rest of UK: What You Need to Know

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Scotland has become a popular destination for international students because of its world-class institutions, rich cultural history and stunning natural landscapes. Learn the distinctive differences between a Scottish and an English degree before you decide if this is a choice for you!

Does Natural Gas Have A Future?


We need not throw the baby with the bathwater, environmentalists need to have a deeper think on natural gas.

Choosing and Taking AP Exams


It's that time of year again: time to talk about AP Exams, which many thousands of stressed-out students will be taking in the next several weeks all over the world. In this blog, we’ll go over what they are, whether or not you (or your student) should take them, and – if so – which you should take, and how you should go about doing so.

SAT Reading – Looking for Key Information in Science Passages


Many of the passages on the SAT Reading Test are research summaries. Knowing the typical structure of these passages makes them easier to read.

Tacoma Bridge Disaster

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In this article, we will examine how resonance works. Resonance is a very powerful phenomenon in nature, be it climate change to collapsing bridge.

Devices: form and function


Devices move across genres—there are poetic devices, literary devices and rhetorical devices—but, no matter their genre or their names, their form (what they look like) remains constant and their function (what they do) will always be variable. Knowing this about devices makes language analysis all the more easier and interesting. Let me show you.

Chemistry How To: Electrochemical Cell


In this blog, we demonstrate the most common redox reactions in chemistry, electrochemical cells. Learn how to identify electrodes and solve questions with examples!

How to Approach Optimization Questions in Calculus


A quick look at applying optimization in calculus. This process is common in both AP and IB syllabi.

The TOEFL and University Application


There are a lot of standardized tests you'll need to take to apply to American schools - the TOEFL may be one of them. Will you need to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), and if so, what should you expect to see on this test?