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4 Favorite GED Math Hacks That Will Speed You Up Without Dragging You Down

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Your General Educational Development test (commonly referred to as the GED) is essential for being able to break free from high school and prove you’re ready for college or advanced skills training. Most high school dropouts don’t become the millionaire success stories that you read about in the occasional news article. These are the outliers. […]
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ACT Test: Observations On Getting A Perfect Score

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The ACT Test is one of the most common indicators of where high school students stand regarding their college preparation in relation to their peers. The test covers math, science reasoning, reading, and English. To get a perfect score on the ACT, one would have to have a final composite of 36. It doesn’t happen […]
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Top GMAT Advice From The Experts And Survivors

The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, is one of the last big obstacles that business-minded students will have to face before furthering their educational goals in a MBA program. The test measures a person’s analytical, quantitative, verbal, reading, and writing skills in an adaptive matter to determine your overall score, which you can then […]
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7 Skills That Should Be Taught In Every Class

Teachers come under fire all the time for “not doing their job” from people, who don’t really understand what the job is. Under the current system of education, a teacher is responsible for teaching the curriculum in their subject area and getting students ready for state testing. They’re pushed by administrators and politicians to adhere […]
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10 Education Startups That Will Change The Way We Learn

With the rise of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), many in the world of education are signing on to the “sky is falling” belief that because things are about to change in a big way, it’ll be for the worst. But revisionists see things a little differently. Instead of looking at change as a bad […]
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9 Best Ways To Spend Time In College

College, if done right, is a time for self-discovery, meeting new people, and deciding the adult you want to be. It should be fun, freeing, and educational. To help you make the most of it, we’ve put together these 9 Best Ways to Spend Time in College. Your homework for the next four years is […]
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5 Homeless People Who Beat The Odds

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The United States has seen better days from an economic standpoint. Since the housing crisis of 2008, more individuals and families have found themselves homeless and fighting for the chance to find the American Dream. Fortunately, there are plenty of role models out there, even when the odds are seemingly stacked against you, that you […]
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8 Things Introverts Hate About The First Days Of School

The first days of school can be bad enough if you actually enjoy being around people. When you’re at your most comfortable in a room far away from the loud and obnoxious antics of classmates, however, this time can be almost unbearable. With today the first day of school for many of you, it set […]
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Cost Of Education: 12 Ways To Lower Your Debt Without Sacrificing Your Future

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The cost of education in America, like the cost of everything else (but TVs), continues going up, and with it, the burden students face isn’t getting any lighter. But even in a system run amok, there are still ways to reduce costs without sacrificing your future. Here are 12 that’ll help you through with a […]
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Why Schools Must Become More Tech Savvy

Twenty years ago, technology in schools was more of an annoyance than an actual tool that teachers could use to engage students. The Internet was in its infancy, but due to dial-up connections, a trip to the card catalog was a more convenient expenditure of time than waiting for that eeeeeyah eeeeeyah eeeeeyah of the […]
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