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Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Alisha Mashruwala is a Partner at OnCourse and a Harvard graduate, and is also a Psychology major with a minor in Economics

We are in the business of real-estate.  Are there any programs related to real-estate that my son can study in the US after Grade XII. Currently he is studying in  the CBSE Board with Physics, Math and Chemistry subjects. He is not interested in studying engineering. Thanks!
— Shantanu Sengupta

One of the best real-estate related programs that is available in the US is the BS in Real Estate. The BS in Real Estate degree prepares you to manage industry change within new and evolving conceptualisations of the urban landscape. This program helps you to acquire the most advanced knowledge of real estate finance, law, market analysis, sales, and leasing; study key aspects of the real estate development process and asset and portfolio management; and examine how sustainability is transforming the real estate industry. The program is available in reputed universities like: New York University (NYU), University of Southern California  (USC), Babson College and University of Pennsylvania to name a few.

I’ve completed my Bachelors in Fine Arts and am looking for options to study Photography at the Master’s Level in the UK. What are the Portfolio requirements that I should consider for this program?
— Arundhati Shukla

The portfolio requirements for each college will vary according to the college. For specific requirements, you should visit the college website or send an email to the college of your choice. Here are some of the general requirements that you may consider for applying for the MA Photography program in the UK: You’ll need to submit a digital portfolio containing up to 20 images of your work and/or relevant documentary material. Please label your work carefully with your name, plus titles if appropriate. Your portfolio should evidence your current creative practice.

My daughter has taken the SAT twice. Her score has been 1000 and 1120 respectively. Does she need the  SAT-II for Liberal Arts application?
— Saurin Jahanara

The SAT-II or SAT Subject Tests Subject Tests are hour-long, content-based tests that allow you to showcase achievement in specific subject areas where you excel. SAT Subject Tests are more of a college specific requirement than a course specific requirement. Even though it is not mandatory for most colleges, a good SAT-II score is always beneficial to the applicant.  The SAT-II is an application requirement for colleges like Duke, Northwestern, Columbia, Harvey Mudd and Swarthmore College to name a few. Some colleges may ask for a SAT-II score if you are applying for Engineering, so it is highly recommended for Engineering applicants to take the tests.  A SAT Subject Test cannot be substituted for a SAT-I test. We would recommend that you take the SAT again and try to increase your score to your best level.

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