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11 March 2020

7 Tips on Coping with Anxiety when Studying Abroad

Most new college students face some level of stress or anxiety when they first head off to school. However, students who opt to study abroad may be even more susceptible to stress or even depression than counterparts who study closer to home. It doesn’t have to be that way, however. You can have the experience of a lifetime, maintain your grades, and keep your stress levels in check while attending school far from home. Here are 7 great tips to help you cope with anxiety while studying abroad.

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2 December 2019

How to Deal with Heavy Workload in College

College can be one of the most exciting times of your life, but many people find the transition from high school to the university challenging. In fact, about 30 percent of college freshmen drop out of school in their first year, no doubt due to difficulties managing a heavy college workload. It doesn’t have to be that way, however. If you put in a little bit of effort to get organized, you can manage all of your studies and still have time to enjoy yourself, too. Here are some great tips for how to deal with a heavy workload in college.

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18 September 2019

What to Do if You Realize You Picked the Wrong Major

It’s not surprising that a lot of students pick a major just because they have to and not because they realize their abilities and aspirations. If you think that you have chosen the wrong path, don’t be scared – there are a lot of people who made a mistake too and regret their major choice. If you want to fix the problem, read this article.

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20 June 2019

Top Common College Regrets

What if you could know the main pitfalls of studying in college? What if you could know how to avoid making those mistakes? We have asked former students to let us know what their main college disappointments were and these were the six most common regrets.

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8 September 2015

No More Mistakes With This Grammar Cheat Sheet

Even if your class or major is unrelated to English, strong writing skills are crucial in any endeavor or career. Use this grammar cheat sheet to check yourself, and make a note of any weak spots you have or things you tend to forget or mix up. Keep a physical or digital sticky note on your computer, and glance at it any time you sit down to write.

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1 September 2015

College Freshman Survival Kit

Going off to college is an exciting time. You’re looking forward to your freedom and beginning your life as an adult. However, inside, you may secretly be dreading this major change. And that’s okay. Without parental guidance, you’ll have many hurdles to navigate on your own. Our tips will help keep you on track. Here’s what to pack in your college freshman survival kit.

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30 July 2015

Most Fun Classes to Take in College

Take upper level Sociology (or Literature or Math) approach them from a different angle and you’ve got students lining up around the block to sign up. You have to admit that The Sociological Implications of Tattoos in American Popular Culture makes sociology sound down-right interesting.

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14 April 2015

College GPA: Does It Really Matter?

You’ve been told your whole life that grades are the difference between becoming a millionaire and having a lifelong career at Taco Bell. Fortunately, your GPA isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. In fact, there are several very real reasons why your grades aren’t the end-all be-all of your college experience. Just take a look at these statistics about GPA…

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