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August 13, 2019 by Elizabeth Skinner

Time is finite. We all have the same 24 hours in a day so time management is key to having a successful college semester and the year overall. University can be tough for students because you need to juggle school, work and for some family. A study by Georgetown University shows that in the age bracket of 16-29, 40% of students work while in the age bracket of 30-54, 76% of students work. There are many things that require our priority, but with proper planning, this can be put under control. As a student, you need to know how to manage time for study. … Read More »

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June 23, 2019 by Elizabeth Skinner

Time is finite. We all have the same 24 hours in a day so time management is key to having a successful college semester and the year overall. University can be tough for students because you need to juggle school, work and for some family. A study by Georgetown University shows that in the age […] … Read More »

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May 9, 2019

Whether you’re studying for the finals or the upcoming quiz bee, keeping yourself focused and productive can sometimes be tricky. Distractions such as social media, cell phones, and a noisy roommate can quickly get your attention drawn away. However, you can easily overcome these diversions and develop your productivity by setting a few rules or […] … Read More »

Education

April 7, 2019

College homework is one of the things every student would love to avoid but unfortunately, it is an integral part of the learning process. Most students say they struggle with their homework because of the little time available while others claim the problems are too many and complex. In this article we give you 5 tips to make your college homework more bareable. … Read More »

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April 21, 2018 by Kevin Faber

College isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination. While certain social aspects of college are a lot of fun, obtaining a degree will certainly require a lot of work. In this article Kevin Faber looks at how you can improve your grades with a few simple tweaks to your lifestyle and study patterns. … Read More »

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February 6, 2018 by James Scott

Just because you have a small space (whether it be a dorm or bedroom) it doesn't mean that you can't turn it in to a great study area. As we move towards exam season and you need to knuckle down to study and write essays then James Scott has some tips on how you can turn even the smallest dorm space into somewhere you can study effectively. … Read More »

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September 19, 2017 by Kevin Faber

As you head to college for the first time - or perhaps for your final year - you may be wondering how you can earn some extra cash to fund your books (or beers). Sure there's bar and restaurant work available, but how about putting what you're learning to good use and teach other students what you know? … Read More »

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May 18, 2016 by Kenneth Waldman

It's getting to that time of year where students are sitting down to write exams and essays. In this guest post Kenneth Waldman provides some great resources for anyone needing to write an essay or long-form piece of prose. … Read More »

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