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Can GED Students Get Scholarships: Yes, Here Is a Complete Guide

One question among those unable or unwilling to finish high school the traditional way is “Can GED students get scholarships?” What leads one to ask that question isn’t necessarily a belief that it isn’t possible, just a genuine curiosity over how it works in such a nontraditional manner. The good news (and short answer to […]
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ASVAB Scores: 10 Things You Need to Know

Attaining high ASVAB scores is challenging work. You greatly improve your odds, however, if you’re able to understand the layout of the test, subject matter, and how those scores are specifically calculated. For those of you who don’t know, the ASVAB stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It’s the test you’ll have to take […]
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10 Ways Coronavirus Will Change College Forever

It may be too early for some to sound the alarm that Coronavirus will change college forever. However, there are some pretty smart people who are already seeing the writing on the wall. And, as one Forbes writer put it, that may not necessarily be a bad thing. In the following article, we’ll be looking […]
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Make Friends in College With These 7 Easy Steps

It is not necessarily difficult to make friends in college, but you should be prepared to operate under a new set of rules. The friends you have in college are (hopefully) the ones who will last you the rest of your life. They differ greatly from most of your high school chums, and they should. […]
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7 Steps to Financial Independence You Should Be Taking Right Now

Financial independence means different things to different people. It really depends on what your expenses are, what your goals are, and how much money you’re making. One thing financial independence does not mean, however, is rich. You don’t have to be in the top one percent to be considered independent financially. You just have to […]
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20 Perfect Career Ideas for Extroverts

There is literally no shortage of career ideas for extroverts out there, but some careers are better-suited for this personality type than others. In the following article, we’ll be discussing the 20 professions you absolutely must consider if you fall into this general personality type. First, however, it’s important to understand whether you even are […]
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How to Use College to Build Your Confidence During Freshman Year

It’s tough to build your confidence in high school when you’re not even sure who you want to be and you’re having to conform to someone else’s idea of what is cool and accepted. That’s where college can be extremely beneficial. It helps you find your voice while also finding your way professionally. But it’s […]
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13 Work from Home Perks That Are Here to Stay

The work from home age is upon us. What once felt temporary about a year ago is now here to stay. For those already used to gigs and working from home or coffee shops, it’s no big deal. (Likely, your generation.) For the rest, it might take some getting used to. As it turns out, […]
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What Amanda Gorman and ‘The Hill We Climb’ Says About America

To say that Amanda Gorman has taken the country by storm — and dare we say the globe — would be an understatement. The brilliant young 23-year-old poet laureate delivered a rather accurate depiction of the modern state of affairs in the United States while bringing back hope, peace, and unity in less than 1,000 […]
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Finish High School Strong: 13 Tips for Defeating Senioritis

Catching senioritis is common right around the time you go into your first day of senior year. You’re not the first student who’s had to contend with it, and you won’t be the last. While it can seem harmless on the surface, it’s really not. Many poor decisions made during a student’s senior year of […]
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Publishers Should Probably Start Listening to GenZ in How They Handle the News

Let’s just say that GenZ gets a bad reputation from those over them when it comes to how they see and interact with the world. Those looking to marginalize will often refer to them as the “TidePod generation,” referencing the social media craze of eating the namesake liquid dish detergent. This ignores the fact that […]
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After the Pandemic: 11 Things We’re Most Looking Forward To

Anyone who says they’re not looking forward to life after the pandemic is lying to you. The last 10 months have been difficult for large swaths of people all over the world. The lives we knew have been distant memories with no signs of coming back any time soon. As depressing as that sounds, new […]
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7 ADD Coping Mechanisms for College Students

ADD coping strategies are important for helping students with attention deficit disorder (and ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) deal with conditions that can impede their learning. And if you look up ADD coping strategies on the Internet, you’re likely to find a ton of articles directed at teachers. But what this particular algorithm fails […]
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