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31 March 2020

Top Freshman Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Navigating your new academic environment as a freshman can be challenging, and it is not uncommon to make mistakes that can take you some time to recover from. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can adapt to your new school and avoid those errors that make life on campus difficult and put you into an academic bind. Here are some of the most common mistakes students make in their freshman year, and some good advice to help you avoid them.

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25 February 2020

How to Create a Study Schedule

If you want to succeed in your academic career, you’re going to need to manage your time effectively. One way to make the most of your time preparing for tests and assignments is to create a study schedule. Let’s take a close look at study schedules, and see if creating one can help you improve your grades and get a better grasp on complicated academic subjects.

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10 February 2020

5 Tips on How to Get Back into Study Mode

After a long holiday break, it can be difficult to head back to school and all of your classes. If you’re dreading all of the homework, studying, and tests that lie ahead, you’re not alone. Whether you’re in grade school or in a graduate program, many students experience stress and anxiety as they return to their studies after enjoying some well-deserved time off. It doesn’t have to be that way, however. You can enjoy a long break or holiday and then rapidly transition back to school without missing a beat. Here are six great tips on how to get back into study mode.

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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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29 October 2019

How to Write an Email to Your Professor

Often students need to talk to their professor personally – apologize for a missed class, check grades, ask for advice, etc. However, talking to a professor in person is not always possible or convenient due to busy schedules. That’s one of the reasons why many professors prefer to communicate with students via email. You might need to write an email to your professor but are unsure how to do it properly. Here are a few tips from us, including some templates.

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11 July 2019

A Guide on How to Survive Summer School

Summer school is a great option for students who have to catch up or for those who just want to lighten their load throughout the normal semesters. These extra units might be the ones that will save your grades, but they might also bring a lot of stress and spoil your summer. If you want to know how you can survive summer school and save your happy summer, read the tips that we have found for you.

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How to Manage Finances after College
27 December 2016

How to Manage Finances after College

You’ve finished college and now you can learn the true meaning of adulthood: working hard and paying the bills. It’s easy to think that you’ve recently graduated and may start worrying about money later. The problem with later, though, that it may never come. Soon you’ll find out that your life is far from that financial paradise you awaited.

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