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What Angry Birds Can Teach You about Acing the ACT

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The ACT Exam may be one of the first (and best) impressions that you leave for the colleges and universities of your choosing. Landing a great score can also earn you some much-needed financial assistance to reduce the burden or the need for college loan debt. But preparing for the exam can be quite a […]
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Guide to Understanding and Using Your GRE Test Scores

You’ve taken the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), and now it is time to find out how well you did. Unfortunately, standardized tests never make it simple on you. Reading the results aren’t like getting that math quiz back in high school where it said clearly at the top of the page “A” or “B.” You […]
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Working in a Group Environment: How an Others-First Approach Can Strengthen Your Education

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The group environment is an educational setting that you will have to experience at some point in your “learning career,” and it will likely start very early. It doesn’t matter whether you enjoy the group dynamic or not, there are times when it is unavoidable. And when you consider the advantages that it brings to […]
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7 Tips to Beat the GMAT and Accelerate Career Growth

If you’re looking to earn a Master of Accountancy, MBA, or Master of Finance, then get ready to cozy up with the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). This is one of the more challenging tests out there because it is an adaptive test. In other words, it adjusts to your level of proficiency so that […]
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Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock….9 Tips to Survive the Night and Hours Before Your Exam

1) Relax On the night before your exam, you know what you know and you don’t know what you don’t know. Many people feel cramming the night before we be productive; however, study after study shows that this is not the case. Rather, you should have already prepared for the exam prior to the night […]
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5 Things Your GED Says about You to Employers

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Are you worried about the way that a future employer might perceive you for earning your GED instead of following the traditional path toward graduation? If so, don’t be. Obtaining your General Education Development diploma says a lot more positive about you than it ever could negative. Here are some takeaways that most employers will […]
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Why Fewer Colleges Require the SAT or ACT and Why You Should Still Send Them

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So you’re a bad test-taker, or you at least think you are. The idea of walking into a quiet-as-death room and filling in dark ovals for the next 4 hours terrifies you. First thing: you’re probably overthinking it, and if you’d just settle down, read the questions, and remember your training, things will work out […]
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Don’t Be a Speller-Dweller: 6 Tips for Strengthening Your Written Communications

It may not seem like today, in a world of texting shorthand such as “u for you,” “ur for your,” and “WTF for,” well–you get the picture–that spelling doesn’t matter anymore. Yes if you believe that, then just try to write a novel using this lazy man’s English and watch the rejection letters roll in. […]
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4 Vocabulary Strategies for Mastering the ASVAB Exam

Words may not be your preference, but don’t think you can avoid them by going military. The ASVAB exam takes commitment to vocabulary very seriously. Communication is one of the most important factors in making the United States military the best in the world, and it is something you must be able to do effectively […]
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Mastering LSAT Logical Reasoning and Beating the LSAT Logic Games

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is a standardized test designed on the basis of justifying conclusions and countering arguments. While most of the test is administered in a straight-forward multiple choice structure, the test itself is quite challenging when you get down into the weeds on each question. During the three-hour exam, you will […]
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