When This 22-Year-Old Graduated From MIT, He Thought He'd Be a Software Engineer. Instead, He Launched a Company That's Shaking Up the College-Admissions Game.

When This 22-Year-Old Graduated From MIT, He Thought He'd Be a Software Engineer. Instead, He Launched a Company That's Shaking Up the College-Admissions Game.

As accusations of inequality and test-center closures threaten the SAT’s stronghold on college admissions, Next Admit CEO and co-founder Gohar Khan says ‘intangibles’ like essays and interviews are more likely to make or break an application.

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