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An Exciting Way to Develop Your Problem-Solving Skill

Problem Solving skills are an important ability that every individual must-have. Defining a problem is quite harder as it can be anything, a person, a situation, an object, etc. No matter whatever the medium of the problem is, the skills of an individual depend on him/her to get out of the problem smoothly and smartly.  […]

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How To Support Teachers in the New School Year

The switch to virtual learning environments threw off more than just students. Teachers, who are sometimes students themselves, had to tackle the same challenges as you, just from the other side of the coin. If you’re looking for ways to make the semester a smoother experience for you and your teacher, consider these tips on […]

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Put Your Future First: The Best Honor Societies for College Students

College is very different from high school. There are no AP classes to differentiate the students who go above and beyond from average students. However, honor societies in college aim to recognize students with diverse backgrounds and excellent grades! The best honor societies can increase your chances of finding a job, getting an internship, and […]

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Top 5 Quantitative Finance Strategies That You Should Apply To Your Business

Quantitative finance has become more prevalent across industries. That’s because it enables experts to interpret data sensibly and use multiple techniques to develop meaningful business models and solutions. Professionals who work in this field are sometimes called quants. Businesses hire them to explore vast data sets, as well as to analyze securities and financial markets. […]

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The Advantages of College Group Projects

The dreaded group project is part of many students’ college coursework. If you spot a group project on your syllabus the first day of class, your immediate reaction is to scan the room for potential partners. Who will pull their weight in a group setting? Who will inevitably let the whole team down? While group […]

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5 Unique Things to Study in College

College provides you an opportunity to mold your life. It gives you plenty of academic freedom and the chance to discover what you like. The following is a list of 5 unique things you can study in college. These are known to have plenty of career opportunities, and getting a job will be easy. Computer […]

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7 Smart Tips For College Students To Nail Your Public Speaking

Syllabus week: an effortless dry run for your upcoming college schedule. Meet your professors, learn whether that $300 textbook is required (they rarely are), and mentally prepare for the semester ahead. But it’s also when the 16-week anxiety cycle officially enters full-swing. Because whether you’re an education, science, or business major, you can’t escape without […]

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How To Create a Productive Study Space

Learning about a challenging subject matter is hard enough on its own. When you add an uncomfortable, distracting environment to the mix, the study process can seem nearly impossible. To make learning the information easier and help you get the grades you’re after, consider implementing these effective tips on how to create a productive study […]