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Create a comfortable and spacious place to study. Choose a location that allows you to spread out and work and a place where you are comfortable sitting for extended periods of time. Make sure there is adequate lighting and room to write and work on papers. Developing essential study skills involves beginning to practice good studying habits and then continuing to assert these skills in your hectic schedule and everyday life. As an undergraduate student myself, I am well aware of how difficult ...
Published by Cameron Davis 55 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
As you open your report card or review your grades online your heart begins to pound.  Your heart drops when you notice that you have failed a class or didn’t get the grade you wanted.  If you are a college student this is a big deal.  If you have failed a class, you will have to take it over.  Also, if your grades have affected your GPA, you may lose your scholarship or grant; and or placed on academic probation or suspension. 
Published by Latresha Byrd 56 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Failing a college class can be a scary and stressful experience. If you ignore the problem you could lose your financial aid, have a lower GPA, and have a negative reflection in the future. If you know that you are in danger of failing a college class, the following article gives advice on how to get help in your college courses.
Published by Latresha Byrd 56 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
As a college student the number one challenge is money. While some students may receive financial support from family, many students face the challenges of paying for their education on their own. If you are looking for a summer job but aren't sure where to start or wanting to do something different than working in retail or at a fast food restaurant; here are some suggestions on where to look for your next summer job.
Published by Latresha Byrd 56 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are you an incoming freshman getting ready for serious academic work in college or university? Are you looking for information on how to not only survive but be the best you are? Getting a college degree can be very challenging, but a prepared student armed with good habits will surely finish with flying colors. Read the following article and be ready to face the odds of college life.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 60 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article will try to explain some facts and advantages related to second hand textbooks. This is an important issue especially for all students and their budget. There are many online bookstores offering services such as buying, selling and even renting of used textbooks and using these options could save you some money. Read the article to see what kind of benefits these textbooks have comparing to regular new books.
Published by Anna K 64 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
The article tackles the subject of students who experience what is known as test anxiety around midterms and finals. Students become intimidated by test taking and becoming more focused on the outcome of what it is like to fail rather then to pass exams. This article provides helpful insight and tips on how to overcome the anxiety and become the student you want to be.
Published by Jeramie Bizzle 66 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
As the world continues to become highly globalized arena, it is imperative that those who wish to secure positions in successful careers further their education and pursue a degree. Attaining an Associate's degree, a Master's degree or a Doctorate degree not only increases one's chances at acquiring recognition and respect within society and in their particular career paths, but also greatly increases one's future earning potential.
Published by Patriciah Wambua 69 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are a few major differences between an online education and attending a traditional college. There are advantages and disadvantages to both educational options. The flexibility of location makes online education appealing to many families. Some students may benefit from working independently at home. Parents of online students typically take steps to make sure their children have additional social interaction with peers. Deciding which option is right comes down to each individual student...
Published by Anna K 69 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
People want to continue their education by taking non-credit courses for many reasons. If you are a lifelong learner, you might be surprised to find out that many universities offer non-credit college courses for free. Find out in this article which schools are offering this service and what courses are available.
Published by Taylor Rios 69 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Tips on how to write a paper. for students who are getting ready to head back to school and getting back into the swing of things, this article gives you the tips to make your writing more personal feel rather than making your teacher think that you ripped off the internet.
Published by Jeramie Bizzle 70 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many students find it difficult to write an introduction, a good introduction at that especially in writing their thesis. Is there a formula in writing a good introduction? While this part of the thesis may be difficult for beginners, the following 5 quick tips on how to write a good introduction will help break the writer's mental block.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 70 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Thesis writing or research requires a good understanding of the topic being investigated. For this reason, a conceptual framework needs to be drawn up to guide the direction of the investigation. How is a conceptual framework arrived at? This article explains and presents a simplified example on how to make a conceptual framework which college students will find helpful in their quest for new knowledge.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 70 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are you going to college or university soon? Or are you sending your teenager there? Here is how you can experience the post-secondary life as stress-free as possible while gaining a valuable education, getting involved in the campus life and creating mature friendships with memorable, possibly career-beneficial experiences. Happy studying!
Published by Casey in Real Life 70 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Congratulation Messages for College Graduates! If you want to congratulate a person who just successfully completed his/her college degree, then you have reached the right spot. In this article you will find an excellent list of sample congratulation messages for college graduates. Read on to find the perfect message for the special college graduating occasion.
Published by Ruby 71 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
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