Go Outside the Box and Go Local

                March 30, 2020

                Susan Shifflett, a former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale University and InGenius Prep counselor, writes an op-ed for Inside Higher Ed on how COVID-19 will impact the college admissions process ...

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                InGenius Prep Makes the Forbes List of Best Startup Employers for 2020

                March 10, 2020

                InGenius has been recognized as part of Forbes’ inaugural list of America’s Best Startup Employers for 2020. Ranked #333 from startups across the nation and #2 in Connecticut, InGenius Prep earned this award because of its ...

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                Here’s Exactly How to Get Into Stanford University’s School of Medicine

                January 29, 2020

                Established in 1908, the Stanford University School of Medicine is one of the most highly-regarded medical programs in the country: It ranked third in the country for best medical schools in the 2020 rankings ...

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                Family and Former Coach Acted Inappropriately, Not USD, in Admissions Scam

                August 29, 2019

                Zak Harris, an InGenius Prep counselor and Former Admissions Officer from Johns Hopkins, Bowdoin, GW, and more, analyzes how schools are responding to the admissions scandal …

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                How to Avoid Medical School Rejection…Again: The Reapplicant’s Guide

                May 7, 2019

                Medical school applications are physically, emotionally, and financially draining. It is completely natural to be disheartened if you are rejected on your first try. What’s next? You might re-evaluate your career goals, question everything …

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                College Admissions Has a Fact-Checking Problem. Here’s Why.

                March 24, 2019

                All Olivia Jade had to do was send a photo of herself on a rowing machine. Why did nobody double check that she was a legitimate college recruit? ...

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                College Admissions Scandal Exposes Need for Change, Experts Say

                March 17, 2019

                Operation Varsity Blues did more than expose the illegal means that rich parents, some of them famous, used to get their children admitted to Yale University, the University of Southern California and other elite colleges ...

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                Former Yale Admissions Counselor ‘Alarmed' by Bribery Scam

                March 13, 2019

                Susan Shifflett, a former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale University and InGenius Prep counselor, discuss the largest admissions scandal in history with ABC News ...

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                Dozens Charged in College Admissions Scandal

                March 12, 2019

                Susan Shifflett, a Former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale University and InGenius Prep Counselor, shares her first reactions to the college admissions scandal ...

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                InGenius Prep on CNBC's Power Lunch

                August 30, 2018

                Susan Shifflett, former Yale University Assistant Director of Admissions and InGenius Prep Counselor, joins the ‘Power Lunch’ team to discuss the discrimination issues regarding the college admissions process ...

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                8 Ways to Make a “Typical Premed” Activities Exceptional

                June 11, 2018

                Prospective business school students have some big decisions to make before submitting applications. They must figure out when to apply, where to apply and – one of the most important decisions ...

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                Non-Academic Ideas to Boost Your Med School Chances

                March 28, 2018

                At this point, you are probably already aware of how competitive medical school admissions are. For instance, you may already know that the most competitive med schools boast acceptance rates ...

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                U.S. News Data: Admissions Trends at Top Public Colleges

                September 28, 2017

                When Noah Greenfield LAW ’16 and Joel Butterly LAW ’16 sat next to one another at their law school orientation in the fall of 2012, neither expected to ...

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                See How Stanford Overtook Harvard as the Most Selective College in the US

                April 8, 2017

                Boston, New York City, somewhere in California — all were contenders to be the home of a small start-up looking to make a big name for itself. The founders of InGenius Prep, a college admissions prep company..

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                Five Essential Lessons On Training Newly Hired Employees

                July 26, 2016

                InGenius Prep started with a couple kids in a New Haven apartment. We had no business experience, money or employees. The next year would bring innumerable challenges: websites, CRMs, marketing ...

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                12 Common Misconceptions Startup Founders Have About Employee Management

                July 22, 2016

                Managing an employee or group of employees goes beyond providing them instructions and hoping for the best. While you shouldn't have to do much hand-holding ...

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                Five Important Insights For Entrepreneurs Doing Business In China

                July 8, 2016

                “Where are the power outlets?” The flight attendant stared at me blankly. “I’m sorry sir, there is only one outlet, and it is right next to the bathroom.” At 2:00 a.m., I was three hours into a 14-hour flight, and my ...

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                For Fourth Year in a Row, Stanford Beats Harvard's Admissions Rate

                April 8, 2016

                In the current race to the bottom that is the acceptance rates of elite colleges, Stanford has taken top prize—admitting a lower percentage of applicants than Harvard for the fourth year in a row ...

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                Explore Top Business Schools This Summer While in High School

                March 23, 2016

                As a rising high school senior in 2012, Brandy Pe?a wasn't sure what she would do after graduation. The now-21-year-old wanted to attend college, but she says it was rare for residents of her hometown of La Joya, ..

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                How To Consistently Hire The Right People For Your Startup

                March 9, 2016

                I don’t really believe in job interviews. It’s not that there isn’t valuable information to be gathered in an interview; it’s simply that I’ve never conducted an interview where I felt more confident about an applicant’s qualifications after two ...

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                Forever a Student: 11 Types of Courses That Prepare You for the Future of Business

                February 25, 2016

                The entrepreneurs at YEC share their sources for learning. Take a crash course on these business subjects to fill your knowledge gaps. It may have been years since you've been in school for finance or ...

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                Code Crackers Find Elm City InGenius

                February 12, 2016

                If it seems like gaining acceptance into selective colleges seems harder today than a decade ago, that's because it is. And at a dizzying pace. Harvard and Stanford reject nearly 95% of the students ...

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                Decide Between the GMAT, GRE as an MBA Applicant

                January 25, 2015

                Prospective business school students have some big decisions to make before submitting applications. They must figure out when to apply, where to apply and ...

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                Law Students Launch Admissions Prep Company

                April 25, 2014

                Getting admitted to a top public college is becoming tougher, as applicant pools grow and average acceptance rates fall. That's one finding of an analysis of data ...

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