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Culinary School: 5 High End Tools to Give You Top Tier Success (179 hits)
When it comes to culinary school, then getting more done in less time than your peers is the fast track to success. But you need the right approach to get through school at the top of your class. Make sure you use the following high end tools to give ...
Posted Wednesday, September 26th 2018 at 12:56PM
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Career Not Working Out? 5 Reasons to Consider Going Back to School (220 hits)
At some point in your working life, you may find that your current career path has hit a dead end. This may be because you no longer have a passion for your work or because the industry has been rendered obsolete by the evolution of technology. Letís ...
Posted Friday, September 7th 2018 at 1:57PM
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New Teachers: The Best Practices for Tackling Your First Day Teaching (92 hits)
Starting a new career as a teacher can be both rewarding and challenging. Youíll be helping to shape the minds of your students, so itís important that you prepare yourself to handle the responsibility. Following these practices will help you manage ...
Posted Friday, August 17th 2018 at 2:27PM
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Wanting to Become a Doctor? The 7 Best Practices to Preparing for Med School (128 hits)
If you want to become a doctor, the chances are youíve already looked at all the things you need to do to make it a reality. There are many things you can do to prepare for medical school. Get Lab Time As soon as you realize the pre-med track is ...
Posted Thursday, August 2nd 2018 at 11:27AM
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Looking to the Sky: How to Get Your Future Aviation Career off the Ground (129 hits)
The idea of taking flight is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Ever since aviation became a reality over a century ago, itís allowed people to travel distances and speeds they might have previously thought impossible. If youíd like to join the noble av ...
Posted Monday, July 23rd 2018 at 5:42PM
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The 5 Best Ways to Prepare for a Law Degree (113 hits)
Becoming a lawyer is a long and arduous process, but your law degree will be worth it. In addition to this being a lucrative career path, legal professionals often have a great deal of job security. Here is a look at a few steps that you will need to ...
Posted Friday, July 6th 2018 at 4:07PM
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5 Great Ways to Get Your Aviation Career off the Ground (1325 hits)
Dreams of flying are a fantasy held by most people for whom it will remain only a dream. With the advent of flight 115 years ago magnificent flying machines made their debut. Choosing aviation as a career is an excellent move that will not let you do ...
Posted Monday, May 21st 2018 at 3:16PM
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Want to be a Doctor? How to Improve Your Chances of Getting into Medical School (186 hits)
Getting into medical school is harder than it used to be. You should start preparing early on to improve your chances of getting into medical school. You can also take advantage of a few tips that will help improve your chances of getting in. Star ...
Posted Wednesday, March 28th 2018 at 4:36PM
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Best 5 Ways for Non-Traditional Highschoolers to Apply to Colleges (217 hits)
Many nontraditional high school students wonder if attending a nontraditional high school hurts their college admissions chances. The answer is no. Most universities hold nontraditional secondary schooling to be solid preparation for college study. H ...
Posted Wednesday, January 31st 2018 at 4:48PM
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The 5 Biggest Mistakes Students Make in College Applications (254 hits)
College is more important than ever. Thereís ample evidence that college graduates earn higher salaries than people who donít go beyond high school. If you plan to attend college, however, itís important to carefully consider the application process. ...
Posted Tuesday, January 23rd 2018 at 1:30PM
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What Type of Degree Do You Need to Become an Airline Pilot? (273 hits)
Since airline pilots are responsible for the safety of their passengers, they need to undergo rigorous training that includes at least 1500 hours of flying time. In the old days, most airline pilots learned their profession in the military. As fewer ...
Posted Tuesday, January 16th 2018 at 12:19PM
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How Aspiring Medical Students Can Prepare for the MCAT (177 hits)
In order to be successful with the MCAT, premed students must prepare early on; at least 3-6 months prior to taking the exam. Although these few months sounds like plenty, if not more than enough time to prepare, as a pre-med student you already have ...
Posted Thursday, December 7th 2017 at 3:39PM
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4 Innovative Ways Technology Has Changed K-12 Education (405 hits)
One of the areas where technology has always held great promise is in education. Teachers and parents have always been enthusiastic about the potential for fast-moving progress among students interested in math and science, but technology is more tha ...
Posted Tuesday, December 5th 2017 at 5:12PM
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Considering A Math Major? 3 Paths Post Graduation (238 hits)
Pursuing a major in mathematics is a fantastic idea for anyone with a skill and love of math, as it opens you up to a wide array of job opportunities. After all, math is used in the modern world more and more every day, and has applications in scienc ...
Posted Monday, December 4th 2017 at 4:05PM
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In an Unfulfilling Career? 3 Signs You Should Go Back to School (793 hits)
A career is a lifelong commitment and thus it should create a very conducive environment for you. However, it is not uncommon for an individual to find themselves in a wrong career. The initial struggle that you go through when in a wrong career is d ...
Posted Tuesday, November 21st 2017 at 7:08PM
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For Foreign Students: Why You Need to Get into an ESL Program (828 hits)
Most foreign students who aspire to study in the USA are highly affected by the language barrier whereby they are not able to communicate fluently in English either through verbal communication or the written messages. It is thus critical for them to ...
Posted Wednesday, November 1st 2017 at 7:07PM
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Single Dads: What Going Back to School Can Do for Your Career Potential (250 hits)
The life of a single dad can be quite hectic. Aside from having to work to provide for your family, you also need to be there for your kids. As a single dad, your children expect you to be there for them. You will have to double both as their mum and ...
Posted Monday, October 23rd 2017 at 2:25PM
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Inside the Classroom: How Teachers Everywhere Can Help Improve Their Students' Success (324 hits)
Itís no question that some teachers are better than others. But what makes an effective teacher? What exactly is the relationship between a good teacher and a successful student? The answer is relatively simple; however, its simplicity is belied by s ...
Posted Wednesday, October 11th 2017 at 5:05PM
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Preparing for College? How to Find the Right Laptop for School (235 hits)
If you are a college student, you will likely be spending a lot of time on your laptop. From writing papers and reading to watching movies and browsing Facebook, your computer is going to get a lot of use. This is why it is so important to choose a l ...
Posted Wednesday, September 27th 2017 at 11:49AM
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Powering Your Future: How to Amplify Your Professional Career Potential (392 hits)
You may have a highly successful professional life, but keeping it in stellar condition is always an ongoing process. As a leader in your field, there are several steps you can take to ensure that you are always on top of your game. These steps inclu ...
Posted Thursday, August 24th 2017 at 2:23PM
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Environmental Justice: How a Law Degree Can Help You Create a Greener and Cleaner Environment (187 hits)
It is no surprise to any aware human being, that the world's environment is challenged on a great many fronts. Everywhere that we look, we see the rampant environmental abuses that are inflicted upon the natural world by profit seeking corporations. ...
Posted Wednesday, August 9th 2017 at 5:16PM
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How to Ensure Your Talented Child Gets a Top-Level Education (208 hits)
It's great to have a talented child, but the talent is worthless if you don't have the drive and discipline to succeed in life. If your child is extremely talented naturally, you may have to be more intentional about teaching them the importance of h ...
Posted Monday, July 31st 2017 at 12:29PM
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Innovative Education: How Technology is Changing the College Experience (209 hits)
Who knows how to use technology better than college students? Today, the college experience is transformed because of technology on campuses and in dormitories. It's so integral to most universities that students today would hardly be able to imagine ...
Posted Monday, July 31st 2017 at 9:40AM
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Public Service: Top 4 Degrees to Work in Governmental Institutions (254 hits)
Although itís possible to work in a governmental institution with just about any degree, some types of institutions have a disproportionate number of certain types of degree-holders over others. While some of these jobs require their job holders to b ...
Posted Wednesday, June 14th 2017 at 6:52PM
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How Teachers Can Inspire Their Students to Reach New Heights in Their Education (275 hits)
It is no secret that school, for the most part, is not the ideal way in which most kids would like to spend their mornings. Most students are bored, uninterested, and sometimes discouraged in the typical classroom setting. We as teachers are constant ...
Posted Wednesday, April 19th 2017 at 6:36PM
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