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Big Things to Consider Before You Head to College

So, you’ve been accepted by your first choice college and you’re about ready to be off on your own. But not so fast! There are a few things to consider before you head to college. And since you’re technically still under your parents’ roof, you will have to listen to their rules just a little […]

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How to Get a Degree While Working Full Time

Balancing school with a full-time job and your personal life may seem like an impossible task, but there are several tools and tips that can help make it doable. If you work full-time but would love to go back to school to get a degree, here’s what you can do to make that dream a […]

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College Bound with Decisions to Be Found

You may have known all your life to this point that you would definitely be going to college. You studied hard throughout high school and maintained an impressive list of extracurricular activities to keep your transcript well-rounded. But one thing that even the most prepared high school student sometimes overlooks is the specific major they […]

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8 Important Skills You Should Know by College

Your first year of college can be a shock: you may have become accustomed to certain things that are bound to change once you leave. As such, it’s best to equip yourself with a well-rounded skill set before you head off to your first semester at school. Keep reading for a list of life skills […]

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Active Learning Activities for College Students – Know Before You Go

Optimistic revealed that active learning is something that brings excitement and energy and keeps away the boredom. Now, the typical atmospheres of a classroom in which professors take lecture and students take note is not proving effective. Nowadays, you can find that classrooms are concentrating on different strategies to become in active learning as part […]

Preparing Your Teen For College

In the teen years, there is nothing as important for a kid than parental support. Teenage is the phase when the child learns how to make decisions for himself and at the same time, eager to try out new things.   In this critical period, your child needs parental support the most, especially if they […]

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College Life: Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

It’s no secret that college is expensive, and living on a tight student budget can limit your ability to enjoy the social aspects of college, like going out with friends, joining sports teams, or participating in other activities that cost money. But that doesn’t mean your college life needs to be completely restricted by your […]

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College Confidential: Helpful Tips to Prepare for College

It seems like your entire life has been building up to this one moment. The hundreds of tests, college-level classes, extracurricular activities. They’re all a culmination for what comes next. College.   You might think the hard stuff is over, but now that high school is in your rear-view mirror, the real work begins. But […]

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6 Adjustments to Make When Moving to Study Abroad

Studying abroad is a concept that can provide you with so many different advantages, ranging from broadening your world views all the way to acquiring a higher quality of education. Nonetheless, it’s definitely a challenge that you’ll have to work hard to overcome. Fortunately, with six simple adjustments on your side, this challenge won’t be […]