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How to survive failing a college class
21 November 2013

How to Survive Failing a Class in College

Oh my, now you’ve done it. You failed a class in college and what you once knew as a normal human life is about to descend into the seventh layer of…just kidding. Listen, it happens. Countless freshmen and sophomores lose sight, or let things slip. Sometimes upperclassmen take on more than they can handle. In this post we’ll look at a step-by-step process you can use to effectively deal with a big fat F.

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5 November 2013

A 5-Step Guide to Revising Your Writing

When writing a paper, getting your thoughts collected, organized and onto paper is the first major hurdle. This alone is enough to send some students into a panic as they feel the pressure is on to churn out a final draft on their first try. The truth is that the first draft of your paper should be little more than an extended stream of consciousness on which you can build, tweak and finally produce your masterpiece. Revising your paper doesn’t have to be difficult, though. Here’s we’ll give you a 5 step road map to revising that rough draft into the literary masterpiece you know it can be.

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29 October 2013

20 Signs You Are a College Nerd

They say college can change your life and they’re not kidding. You might start college with the same mindset you had in high school but chances are you’ve done a full 180 (or three) by the time the first semester ends. We’ve rounded up the Top 20 signs that your might be going down the path of Geek Chic … or just plain Geek.

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3 October 2013

How to Increase Concentration (Studying Hack)

The life of a student is great. You have the freedom to learn, to grow, to find yourself, hang out with your friends. Now if only you could skip over the actual studying part you might be on to something! School work is real work, and sooner or later you are going to have to buckle down and get your grey matter in gear and do some serious studying.

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