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9 Ways to Blow Your Job Interview

Landing a job interview can be an exciting time, but it’s also one that can get your nerves to rattling. That’s because a lot rides on the outcome. You may not get the job based on a good interview, but you’ll definitely lose it from a poor showing. In this article, we look at the […]
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12 Conflict Resolution Skills Every Student Needs Before Graduation

The need to learn conflict resolution is great no matter what age you are or what phase of life you’re in. It’s something that even seasoned adults can struggle with, so it’s never too early to learn some effective tactics for coping. In this article, we’ll be looking at 12 tips in particular that you […]
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7 Reasons to Choose Controversial Topics For School Essays

The temptation to avoid controversial topics when selecting a topic for your next persuasive essay could be strong. However, you’re likely doing yourself, your audience, and Future You a disservice by taking the easy way out. In this article, we examine seven great reasons to grab the proverbial bull by the horns. These are the […]
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12 Reading Strategies to Help With Your Comprehension

Adopting beneficial reading strategies will help you in many ways beyond reading exams and English classes. Every profession needs great readers at the top of them. If you can hone and advance your reading skills, then you will go far in life. In this article, we’ll be discussing the 12 reading strategies you absolutely must […]
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12 Tips to Help Keep Up With Reading Assignments

The demand to keep up with reading isn’t always an easy one to meet. Unfortunately, it seems like your professors couldn’t care less about the trouble that you’re having. If so, they wouldn’t keep piling on reading assignment after reading assignment, would they? (And that’s in addition to everything else they make you do!) In […]
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12 Ways to Make High School Fun and Successful

It may not seem possible to make high school fun when you’re stuck in classes you have no interest in taking, but it’s important to play the long game when it comes to getting through. Remember that high school is but a brief part of your life. Sometimes you’re going to have to do things […]
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Moving Off-Campus: 12 Considerations Before You Take That Step

Moving off-campus might seem like a great idea, and it very well could be! But before you let the frustration of shared bathrooms and curfews get the better of you, you need to do the balancing act of pros and cons. In this article, we examine 12 special considerations you should be weighing. We give […]
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Dorm Room Tips: 8 Tips for Getting More Out of Less Space

It’s tough to think of your dorm room as anything but a confining space where you can only be a fractional version of yourself. However, it also has a tremenous upside. For the first time in your life, you have a “place” that feels like it is truly your own. It’s also a location where […]
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Dropping Out: 10 Steps to Take Immediately After

Contrary to popular belief, dropping out of school is not the end of the world. That said, it’s not the best action either, and it will come with its fair share of repercussions or consequences. (Of course, we’re mostly speaking to college students here. If you’re in high school, you really need to think twice, […]
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10 Study Benefits of Being Lazy

Study benefits to being lazy? What in the heck are these crazy people trying to sell us? Haven’t they said our whole lives that the early bird gets the worm, hard work breeds success, and all that? Yes, “they” have, whoever “they” are. We’re different, though. We actually see the value to your grades and […]
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