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Nothing gets me going like preparing for a conference. The anticipation of the keynotes, relentless scrolling of session descriptions to plan my schedule, and of course, the exhibitor’s SWAG. Next week (September 4-6) our team is heading to NCTA 2014 in Denver, and the theme is “Mining for Success”. Now to be fair, I don’t know

  We are so excited for the Campus Technology 2014 Conference in Boston next week that we made a “Campus Technology 2014 in Boston Preview!” There are tons of cool things to do and see. From awesome presenters to a great roster of exhibitors, who knows where to begin? Have no fear, internet friend, we

A record low number of college freshmen are in their first school of choice. Enrolling choices are affected by the cost of top-tier elite colleges, causing students and their parents to choose what the may have previously considered to be second or third tier colleges. According to the UCLA Higher Education Research Institute, only 57%

Do you believe it’s possible for someone to sit in on an exam or test, impersonating a student or test taker over 500 times? More than 50 years ago, 1,291 candidates took the first Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) test for Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs. Today, more than 250,000 people around the world

There’s an ongoing debate on whether employment test are more accurate than actually having a prospective employee seen in action. Can a phone interview, an online proctored test or even a face-to-face interview provide an accurate picture of the attitude, capacities and personality of a candidate? Is a company really concerned about how proactive or

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