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26 Study Tips You Can’t Afford To Ignore

Search “study tips” online for long enough, and you will run into a wealth of ideas from some of the greatest minds in education for how you can elevate your grades and test scores. Truthfully, if you spent all day searching, you could probably find 1,000-or-more techniques each with their own degree of validity. When […]
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17 Tips for Forming a Study Group That Gets Results

The study group will become more important to you as you progress throughout your high school and college experience. While it can be an effective mechanism in covering a lot of ground academically, It can also be a hindrance if used incorrectly. The key lies in the dynamic of the group. There are some specific […]
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Finding Time to Study for Working Students

Working students face many challenges. Making time to study can be difficult, and sometimes it can feel impossible. The best thing that a working student can do is to face their own challenges with a positive attitude and a vision of how getting their degree with enhance their future. Many decisions can be made to […]
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Six College Degrees that Can Get You a Job Abroad

With the right degree, you have the amazing opportunity to work in a position overseas. There are many areas of expertise to explore, but like any degree, they require hard work and dedication. Use these ideas to make your traveling dream job a reality. Teach English Abroad with a Bachelor’s Degree English teachers can teach in […]
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Student-Saving Tips: What to do in a Laptop Emergency

As a busy college student you know your laptop is your storage device for practically every project you turn in and if anything goes wrong with it, you might be doomed. There are many to go about handling a laptop emergency. These strategies include backing up your hard drive, knowing your resources ahead of time, […]
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For Profit Colleges Bad For Students? [Study]

If you are enrolled in for profit colleges and pursuing your certificate, associate or bachelor’s degrees, then you will probably see a decline in earnings and higher debt five to six years after leaving, compared to your earnings before enrollment. This comes by way of a study released Monday (May 30) that combines data from the U.S. Department of Education and the Internal […]
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High School Dropouts Weigh In: This Is Life

High school dropouts arrive at their decision for a number of reasons. Some goof off too much and pursue other interests, while a large number are victims of circumstance. But what happens after that? Is there life after the decision to drop out of school, and if so, what can one expect? This was the […]
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Are ‘Learning Styles’ Really That Effective? 

Learning styles recently came up on the MrReid.org site, where the site’s proprietor, a physicist and teacher, states that he was trained to believe students fall into three separate categories. “Visual learners learn best by reading and writing notes and watching demonstrations and videos,” he writes. “Auditory learners learn best by listening to their teacher […]
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Cheating On A Test: 11 Ways Cheaters Have Pulled It Off

Cheating on a test is common in high school and college. The higher up you go and the more advanced the material gets, the easier it is to rationalize your way to an artificially high score. However, as the old saying goes, doing so often means that you’re hurting no one else but you (and […]
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Are C Students Really More Successful?

A recent article on Daily Entertainment has been making the rounds via social media positing the theory that C students are more successful in life than any other type of student. To “prove” the point the author provides 10 reasons why this is the case. At the surface level, he or she (name not given) […]
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