Throughout this podcast series, Anthony Russomanno, offers presentations on graduate school applications and testing strategies. Russomanno is a frequent national presenter at high schools, colleges and conferences as an expert in the field of admissions and test preparation and has helped thousands of students.
Before working as the National Director of Educational Partnerships at The Princeton Review, Russomanno earned his B.A. in Psychology (UCI) and Masters in Clinical Psychology (Pepperdine) from which he began his consulting career as a family therapist for individuals and families in crisis. Russomanno believes in the business maxim of “doing well by doing good. He strives to reach a diverse range of students to share his advice and inspire them to give them an edge.
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5 Secrets to Graduate School Admissions
10 Attributes of Highly Successful Grad School Applicants
Test-Taking Myths & Strategies to Raise Your Score
FAQ's About Grad School Entrance Exams
Admissions Essay Tips