Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Why The U.S.- Jia Yi (Harvard University ’21)

    Posted on June 29, 2017 by usapps2017 in Uncategorized, Why the U.S..

    As admissions decisions season welcomed itself earlier this year, Jia Yi (Harvard University ’21) was presented with a commonly met dichotomy among Malaysian students: the U.K. or the U.S.? Among acceptances to stellar schools from Stanford University and University of Cambridge, she ultimately chose Harvard for several reasons. Continue reading to find out why! To […]

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  • Crafting Your Own Journey – Chiang Kah Yee (Minerva Schools @ KGI ’19)

    Posted on June 16, 2017 by usapps2017 in Uncategorized.

    Indecisive over what to do with life after high school. Lost in a plethora of pre-u choices. Confused over whether to follow your head, your heart or what your relatives say you should do. We’ve all been there. So did Chiang Kah Yee (Minerva Schools @ KGI ’19). But it’s important to know what happens […]

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