Chester, PA, May 24, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Do you want to go to grad school? Are you nervous about grad school? A new graduate school guide and personal online journal may be just what you need to ease your stress and prepare you for what lies ahead.
GradSchools.com, the leading online provider of graduate school information, has hired three current students to chronicle their experience and offer advice via an interactive graduate school guide and personal online journal. The blogs can be found at Blogs.GradSchools.com.
GradSchools.com has been giving free information and advice for more than 10 years, and they believe this graduate school guide and personal online journal is the inevitable next step.
“We’ve had a dedicated staff writing articles for years,” said Lori Mitchell, manager of GradSchools.com. “But we’ve never had real stories written by real students. We can’t wait to see how these firsthand accounts positively influence the upcoming crop of grad students.”
There are three students telling their stories on the graduate school guide and personal online journal, from applying to medical school to juggling schoolwork and a job as a research assistant. Starting today, they will post three times a week, and are given free reign to write about whatever they think would best help future students.
“What’s so great about the blog format,” Mitchell continued, “is that current and future students can reply to the bloggers and receive immediate answers, thereby creating a helpful dialogue. We really think this will revolutionize the arduous process of preparing for grad school.”
You can find the blogs and start preparing for your own adventure at Blog.GradSchools.com.
GradSchools.com is the Internet’s leading source of graduate school information. It helps students find their ideal graduate school through a comprehensive directory of colleges and programs organized by subject, school and location. Gradschools.com is a service of Educational Directories Unlimited (EDU), a leading Internet company serving higher education. Based in suburban Philadelphia, EDU's steady growth since its inception in 1989 has led to its inclusion in the Philadelphia 100, Inc. Magazine/ICIC Inner City 100 and Inc. 500 lists of fast growing businesses.