The Red Pen in the Press
Read Kavita Mehta’s handy primer on what to expect if you want to study in the US; featured in The Times Study Abroad 2017-18 magazine.
ASB and The Red Pen hosted an hour-long panel discussing the importance of women and STEM education at the MHC Shakti Conference, 2017.
The process of applying to study abroad can be daunting. Students share how The Red Pen helped them find their best-fit college.
The Red Pen student, Ayush Sharma, describes his journey to receiving a full scholarship to MIT.
Ayush Sharma, a small-town boy accepted to MIT with a full scholarship, explains the importance of pushing yourself outside your comfort zones.
Sheetal Vora discusses why tuition culture has grown in India over the past few years and how it can impact academic growth.
Our Undergraduate Services Manager, Caran Arora, discusses his shift from being a student athlete to thriving in the global education space.
Our Early Advising Services Manager, Nainika Ajani, explains how the interdisciplinary nature of international boards help involve kids in learning.
Namita Mehta shares her advice on how mothers can build a successful business whie also maintaining a work-life balance.
In this article, Tripti Singh, our Postgraduate Services Manager explores how psychometric tests can often be misinterpreted and one-dimensional.
Read about the interactive panel discussion held by The Red Pen and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology about what the future holds for social science graduates.
In partnership with HSBC, The Red Pen explores why Canada is an increasingly appealing as a global higher education destination.
Kim Dixit and Namita Mehta share their experience as working mothers and the journeys that led them to The Red Pen.
Namita Mehta addresses the benefits of studying core subjects like Math and Science until grade 10 and why they shouldn’t compromise these in favour of ‘scoring subjects.’