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4 Secrets for Solving Algebra Word Problems

Algebra! Whether you love it or hate it, you’ve gotta learn it in order for you to pass your class. Not many students truly love the algebra word problems that they come across, but that doesn’t mean these word problems have to be hard to learn. In this article, we’re going to talk through a […]

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8 Important Questions To Ask A Potential Roommate

When you couple the expense of an apartment with the financial uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it’s understandable that more people are looking to take on a roommate. It’s important to take your time and learn about your potential roommate before signing a lease with them. You should not assume that just because you […]

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5 Tips For Overcoming Fear During Your Academic Career

The transition to college can be difficult for some people. With an unfamiliar environment, a new set of classmates, and a demanding course load, the occasion marks a trying time that incoming students may find stressful. However, proper preparation and understanding could help with the anxiety. Potential Challenges for Incoming Students Though a university education […]

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I’m in College – Do I Need Life Insurance?

You become an adult as you transition to life as a college student. It’s up to you to care for yourself. As a result, you’ve likely thought about various tasks you need to complete before you head to campus for classes. What about life insurance? It may seem like you won’t need this protection until […]

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The Best Cars for a College Student

Having a car on campus can be a big help to students, especially students at larger universities that rely on bus systems to get around. Bringing your own car gives you the freedom to explore beyond your college town on the weekends and travel to class on your own time without having to worry about […]

How COVID-19 Affects College Academics Across the Globe

Like the economies and lives of millions of people around the world, the coronavirus crisis is dramatically changing higher education Academics. Colleges have closed, classes have been suspended, or are taught online. Academic conferences have also been canceled. Students who were participating in programs abroad will not be able to be evaluated and some of […]

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How To Improve Your Handwriting

Handwriting is very trendy right now. Instagram is full of handwriting accounts and even runs a Rock Your Handwriting challenge to help you learn how to improve your handwriting. If your class notes, scrawled poems, and analog day planner are useless because of your illegible letters, here are some pointers to help you write something […]