# Where Billionaires Went to School

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# Tips for Your Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program Application

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Do you aim to improve the world? Would you like to earn your graduate degree at Stanford — tuition free? Then you may be an ideal candidate for Stanford University’s Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, a program that will cover 100 Stanford graduate students’ tuition for up...

# GRE Question of the Day (May 16)

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Verbal It is (i) ______ that the short story, regardless of its acclaim amongst certain members of the literati, has (ii) ______ amongst the public— all the more so because the novel, in some ways an inherently more demanding form, continues to be popular amongst lay...

- May 15, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Mechanical Engineering has been labeled as the liberal arts of engineering because it is such a broad field that can result in a wealth of career paths. A few examples of areas entered by program graduates include product design, or structural engineering, construction management, clean...

# GRE Question of the Day (May 15)

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Math The circumference of circle C is 18π18π Quantity A Quantity B The diameter of circle C 9 A) Quantity A is greater. B) Quantity B is greater. C) The two quantities are equal. D) The relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Correct Answer - A - (click and drag your mouse to...

# Admissionado Quick Q&A: Does Harvard make successful professionals, or do remarkable students make Harvard?

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*This response was originally posted on Quora. Follow our founder, Raj Patil, there for more Not sure how you’re defining “successful professionals,” (there could be a tasty sidebar conversation about what success is or isn’t), but I also don’t think it matters for the question...

# GRE Question of the Day (May 14)

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Verbal As official___________ from Japan to this country, he was called upon to an­swer questions about the Japanese government's position on various issues.A. envoyB. tyroC. emissaryD. neophyteE. asceticF. libertine Correct Answer - A and C - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) ﻿Question Discussion &...