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ClearView's Prep is about sharing real experiences in learning & higher education to give the community a "clear view" from our own experiences.

from The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives #quotes #inspiration #truth

5 Key Questions Answered from a London School of Economics Masters in Media & Communications Regulation Policy Grad - A ClearView from Alumni | ClearView Prep

from The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College #quotes #college

2012 University Commencement Speeches from ClearView Prep

Top University Online Education Initiatives Presented by ClearView Prep

Microsoft CEO Summit: Innovation in Education In a session moderated by Walter Isaacson at Microsoft’s 16th annual CEO Summit, education innovator Sal Khan, Bror Saxberg, Chief Learning Officer at Kaplan, Inc., and Bill Gates discussed innovation ideas that are taking hold in the U.S. education system.

from Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose #quotes #happiness

"Going to UCLA helped me develop the confidence I needed to get ahead." 5 Key Questions Answered from a UCLA History Grad - ClearView from Alumni | ClearView Prep #ucla #alumni

from The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement #quotes #nyt

Roy F. Baumeister, from Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength #quotes

This idea that in order to make a decision you need to focus on the consequences (which you can know) rather than the probability (which you can’t know) is the central idea of uncertainty. #quotes #blackswan

"When a habit emerges, the brain stops fully participating in decision making. It stops working so hard, or diverts focus to other tasks. So unless you deliberately fight a habit—unless you find new routines—the pattern will unfold automatically."

Our free ebook - "Fiat Lux - A ClearView on the University of California" - a collection of real stories sharing passions, challenges and experiences from alumni of the University of California.

"…the value of a liberal arts education: providing interdisciplinary opportunities for analytical, problem-solving and adaptive learning that produce graduates who think creatively, innovatively and expansively; express themselves persuasively; and operate ethically as citizens committed to making a difference in a constantly transforming world." tumblr.clearviewp...

"You become what you think about most, but you also attract what you think about most." Rhonda Byrne, from The Secret

"A great painter does not content himself by affecting us with his masterpieces; ultimately, he succeeds in changing the landscape of our minds.” Orhan Pamuk, from My Name Is Red

What happen after LSATs? Details from a Columbia Law Grad

"The three essential steps are: to try new things, in the expectation that some will fail; to make failure survivable, because it will be common; and to make sure that you know when you’ve failed. " Tim Harford, from Adapt

"As Richard A. DeMillo of Georgia Tech has argued, it turns transmitting knowledge into a commodity that is cheap and globally available. But it also compels colleges to focus on the rest of the learning process, which is where the real value lies. "

"It’s this: that at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what’s happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. That’s the world’s greatest lie." Paulo Coelho, from The Alchemist