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Students Can Access Free Online Tools, E-Books and Webinars During Home Quarantine

Leading EdTech company, Crimson Education, are offering free online tools, e-books and more for students aspiring to attend the world’s top universities


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As the focus shifts to online learning, leading EdTech company, Crimson Education supports aspiring university students by offering free access to powerful online content including webinars, e-books and ground-breaking tools to help them land a spot at their dream university.

Education is the most powerful weapon one can possess, which is why it is essential that the learning never stops. As schools and universities across the region temporarily close amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Crimson Education tackles the issue head on, releasing a special webinar discussing the impact of Coronavirus on education, plus revealing a series of high-tech online tools and e-books which can be accessed for free at the click of a button.

Being an institution that is dedicated to university admissions, consulting and leadership advising, Crimson Education has generated a new online tool which guides students in assessing and picking a university that is best suited for them.

Their complex US and UK College Admissions Calculators comprise one of the largest algorithms of its kind in the world and uses machine learning technology to provide accurate reflections on an applicant’s candidacy. The calculators use intricate details and data including SAT scores, extracurricular activities and personal preferences, enabling them to be highly personalised in comparison to generic SAT score calculators. Additionally, students needing help understanding how they stack up to their peers can access Crimson Education’s Grade Calculators free of charge.

To keep students occupied at home quarantine, the elite organization is also proud to showcase free online e-books covering everything from Medical School, Ivy Leagues, Oxbridge, STEM education, tips to plan your summer, extra-curricular and leadership mentoring and more. The e-books and guides, which are accessible resources designed to help students and families plan their pathways to higher education, can be accessed via a quick Google search or on Crimson’s website.

Addressing the current home quarantine situation, Crimson Education’s CEO, Jamie Beaton recently held a live webinar tackling questions about COVID-19 and helping parents understand the impact it may have on their child’s future in education – from school classes and extra-curriculars to standardized testing, college applications and opportunities for growth. Students can access the webinar, which has been posted along with a three-part blog series on Crimson’s website, by entering their details at the bottom of this page.

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On 28th March, Crimson Education will be hosting a special webinar for home quarantine students, providing home quarantine students, parents and educational professionals expert tips on how to secure the brightest academic future amidst the COVID-19 panic. The home quarantine webinar will be led by Andrew Wooten, Senior Vice President at Crimson Education, who will be sharing exclusive insights into how the world of edu-tech can keep candidacy strong for elite institutions. Prices for the webinar start from AED43 and registration can be made by following the link here.

Originally founded in 2013 in New Zealand, Crimson Education. Crimson students in Asia the have received offers to Ivy League Universities as well as other Top UK and US universities, including Stanford, Harvard, UChicago, Columbia, King’s College, UPenn, St Andrews, and more. In the last few years, Crimson Education has helped its students secure 220+ offers to the Ivy League, 95 to Oxbridge, 1,100 to the Top 50 US Universities and 400+ to the UK Top 10 universities, as well as US$65M in financial aid and scholarships.

 

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