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10 Money Moves Everyone 20-Something Should Know

Knowing what the right money moves are in college can be tough when you’re locked into studies and no one is requiring you to take a personal finance class. Not to worry! We have some tips here for making sure you’re ready to build a life and a career upon graduation. Let’s begin! 1. Establish […]
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9 Ways to Improve Sleep Habits Before the First Day of School

It can be difficult to improve sleep habits during the summertime. You don’t have anywhere to be in the morning. No reason to get up before daylight. It’s just you and the comforter! As school looms closer, however, you will need to get those sleep habits in check, or it’s going to be a rough […]
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Prepare for College in High School With These 10 Tips

The effort to prepare for college can be a difficult one if you’re waiting until senior year. But starting any time in high school will set you up for a much smoother transition as you enroll at a university and start your first day of classes. Why wouldn’t it? You’ve never been 100 percent on […]
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Become a Better Student in 5 Simple Steps

You can become a better student in many ways. If you’re not a good listener, you can practice. Same goes if you’re not a good note-taker or test-taker. You can also get a tutor. If you’re not a good student, you’re not a good student because you don’t work hard enough or because the material […]
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Online Classes: 6 Missteps Almost Everyone Makes When Taking Them

Online classes can be a burden for those who are juggling their time between work, family, and personal obligations. It is not surprising that online students make mistakes. All of us have been in a situation where we were stressed about something and neglected something important. In these times of stress, we tend to do […]
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10 Professionalism Characteristics You’ll Need When Using Social Media

Having good professionalism characteristics is important when you walk into a job interview or take part in one across Zoom. It’s not exclusive to face-to-face or employer-employee interactions, though. You have to assume people are watching you at all times. Even when your account’s privacy settings are locked-down, professionalism is highly important. We live in […]
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Journaling Technique: 8 Tips to Boost Your Productivity in Less Than 5 Minutes

There are three types of students: those who’ve found the right journaling technique, those who haven’t, and those who feel journaling anything is a complete waste of time. We get it. Somewhere along the way, you fell into the trap of thinking it was something that only teenagers did, and it usually involved feelings, whining, […]
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22 Study Hacks to Get You Ready for the Fall Semester

If you’re like us, you actually enjoy mining for study hacks as the semester draws ever closer. It’s a time of renewal and excitement where the possibilities are endless. Learning as much as you can about how to do your best now will make it easier to enact later. In that vein, we’ve put together […]
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Complete Guide to Campus Visits: Here’s What You Should Take From Them

Visiting campuses as a potential student can be a bit daunting. You want to enjoy the experience, but you don’t want to waste your time. In this guide, we’ve tried to consolidate all the most important information you need to know about campus visits into an easy-to-read format. We cover how you should prepare for […]
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15 Questions to Ask at College Job Fairs

College job fairs have been staples of junior and senior year of college for decades. They offer a great way for students on the cusp of graduation to interact with the people they’re most likely to work with and for as they collect their diploma and move to the other side, the so-called “real world.” […]
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