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8 Ways Academic Writing Can Go Wrong

Academic writing is a skill that every student will need to achieve some level of proficiency before they can excel in the real world. Being able to do it effectively puts you on the same plane as your peers and professional colleagues, and it helps you with a number of functions that we’re about to […]
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10 Constructive Criticism Tips for Peer Review Groups

Constructive Criticism

Taking constructive criticism can be hard to deal with, but do you really think it’s any easier for the people doling it out? Well, maybe for the particularly sadistic it is. But most of us live in a world where we like to be nice and preserve each other’s feelings. If this pertains to you […]
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Overworked Students: 10 Steps to Keep It from Happening to You

Overworked students are as common on high school and college campuses as overworked workers are in the workforce. There are just too many obligations for hours in the day. Get used to it, they say! But what if we were to tell you you didn’t have to “get used to it”? What if we were […]
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25 Time Management Tips for Working Smarter, Not Harder

Time management has become something of an obsession for our society today. With libraries of books written on the subject – particularly, how to use it to your advantage in the age of technology – it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that your greatest tool for better managing time is still yourself. Still, […]
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How Virtual Reality Will Change Your Learning Experience

Virtual reality is here to stay. In the next 30 days, Facebook will presumably have its Oculus Quest shipping issue handled, thus delivering the most consumer-friendly experience to date for the VR world. This technology has been touted for a few decades now as being “the future,” but it’s about to become more user-friendly than […]
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11 Surefire Ways to Read More Books in a Month

If you’re like us the desire to read more books is always at the top of your New Year’s Resolution list. Well, we’re one full month into the New Year. How’s it going? Hopefully, you’ve found the time to get out to a blazing start. We did! And we’re about to share the keys to […]
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11 Future Prep Tips Before Graduation

It always helps to have some future prep tips at the standby as you gear up for the spring semester. This is even more vital when you’re looking ahead at graduation in the next few months. In the following article, we’ll be discussing the 11 essentials you absolutely have to get done. But first, let’s […]
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50 MLK Quotes to Turn the Dream Into Reality

MLK Quotes always pick up in popularity this time of year, with good reason. It can be easy to dismiss the impact that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had — and continues to have — on society when you didn’t grow up in his era. So it’s important to keep the dream alive and remember […]
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Income-Sharing Agreements: Studying the Pros and Cons

Income-sharing agreements, or ISAs, are controversial new offerings for students worried about their loan situation. The idea behind an ISA is that you go to college first, get your education, and outlay no upfront expenditures. However, critics claim there is a dark side to ISAs that make them a less desirable, or at least equally […]
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20 Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable in 2020

What is the New Year but a never-ending drive to hold yourself accountable? Yes, at the end of each 365-day run, most of us will look at our lives, examine the gaps in where we want to be, and hatch plans we never stick to all in the hope of “perfecting” things by next Christmas. […]
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