Public vs. Private Part 2

Published Tuesday, May 3, 2011 by Tarang

Before reading this article, be sure to check out Part 1 for a basic understanding: Last time, I discussed mainly cost and class size. It was established that private schools are much more expensive than public schools, often double the cost. However, private schools offer more scholarships, so you should not exclude them from your college search without researching financial aid options. It was also found that private schools have smaller classes and more “hand-holding” of the student in general. On the other hand, many public schools offer this as well; they just have… Continue Reading

Discovering the Ivy Canopied Underbrush

Published Tuesday, February 8, 2011 by Tarang

Pull up your stockings, juniors, because you’re going to be taking the SATs this year. But besides taking this life defining examination, you have to do some target practice as well. This means that it is time to start thinking about the schools you want to apply to for the fall. If your mind is set on red brick buildings, gabled roofs, and top-ranked names, you must be thinking about the Ivy League schools (or UCLA, the only red brick UC out there). Now as a Californian, you are familiar with certain Ivies such as… Continue Reading