As Spring term comes to a close another term begins to open: Summer. What will you do with your summer? Well if you aren’t sure, check out these options for some productive ideas. Take classes It’s never a bad idea to get ahead. Taking a few classes over the summer can put you closer to graduation. […]
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High School vs College: understanding the difference
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Once one steps off the high school graduation stage, the dynamic of education changes. Enrolling in college is one of the first steps into a student’s future, so it is important to understand the differences between college and high school. Freedom The biggest difference one will see is the freedom. Along with freedom comes responsibility. […]
You will pick up several tips and tricks during your college years – some good; some bad. But saving money is definitely going to be one of the good things. Something you should know before you start college is that textbooks are expensive; they are the second highest expense when it comes to your college […]
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Time management is a critical skill for college success, and luckily it is a skill that can be learned, practiced and crafted to meet your specific needs and lifestyle. Follow this PUMP guide (Prep, Unplug, Minimize, and Prioritize & Plan) and watch your productivity skyrocket. Prep – This includes preparing everything you need for the […]
Part-time work is a common thread in college life. Many students hold down jobs in addition to their studies. In a survey provided by Citigroup, by no surprise, four out of five college students work at least part-time while in college. However, it has also common for college students to get lost in all the […]