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How to Get Your Finances in Order Before Heading to College (388 hits)
Going away to college is a milestone event that essentially ushers in your life as an independent adult. Even if you will still be somewhat reliant on your parents from a financial standpoint, you will have much more control over your finances than y ...
Posted Tuesday, September 18th 2018 at 1:49PM
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5 Doctor Exams You Want to Have Before Moving Away to College (283 hits)
Going back to school is a very busy time of the year for any college student. While you can be very busy, it is important to make sure that your health is in good condition before heading back. To ensure that you are healthy, there are five health p ...
Posted Monday, August 20th 2018 at 11:02AM
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3 Helpful Tools to Succeed After College with a Career in Education (335 hits)
Once you receive your diploma in your hand and become a certified teacher, you may think that the hard work is behind you, and you may be eager to begin an exciting career as an educator. However, as soon as you start your first day on the job, you m ...
Posted Monday, July 9th 2018 at 7:06PM
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5 Ways You Can Improve Your Studying Strategy in College (286 hits)
If you’re going to college, don’t think that you can do things exactly like you did in high school. No matter how confident you were in your academics before, you have to be willing to adjust. One of the biggest things to examine is your ...
Posted Friday, July 6th 2018 at 3:27PM
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How to Survive Medical School and Thrive as a Doctor (364 hits)
If you’d like to become a physician, you’ll have to go through years of medical school. While so many people have goals of becoming world-renown physicians, the journey of matriculating through medical school can leave many students feeli ...
Posted Wednesday, June 27th 2018 at 5:17PM
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New World: 5 Steps to Having a Successful Senior Year Before College (439 hits)
Your senior year of high school is a major time in your life. It may end up being the last year that you live at home full-time and could be the last time that you see many of your classmates. To ensure it goes as well as possible, and that you are p ...
Posted Wednesday, March 28th 2018 at 12:40PM
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College Life: 5 Ways You Can Make Your Child's Campus Housing Feel Like Home (379 hits)
If you’re getting ready to drop your child off at college for the first time, one of the most important questions on your mind will be, “where will my baby be living?” College dorm life certainly has its ups and downs, but one thing ...
Posted Friday, February 23rd 2018 at 12:26PM
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College Drop Out? How to Successfully Finish Your Degree as a Parent (424 hits)
Many college students drop out of college for various reasons. Some simply are no longer interested in trying to earn a degree, or they may be earning a great income from a job already. Others may have decided to start a family early. While these or ...
Posted Wednesday, February 7th 2018 at 3:58PM
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College 101: 5 Tips to Surviving the Busy Events of a Semester (434 hits)
College can be the most stressful period of a young person’s life. Between classes, studying, extracurricular activities and social events, a college student’s schedule can become overwhelming very easily. If you want to come through the ...
Posted Friday, February 2nd 2018 at 10:58AM
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4 Things That Will Make Your First Semester in College a Smooth Transition (420 hits)
First-time college students are going to experience a culture shock when they transition from high school into an institution of higher learning. To help these new students to be better prepared for the surprises that await them, here are four tips t ...
Posted Monday, January 29th 2018 at 5:26PM
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4 Ways to Make Your Online Degree Program Go by Quickly (377 hits)
Enrolling in an online degree program is an excellent way for busy individuals to obtain higher education goals. While there are many benefits associated with taking your classes remotely, this experience can seem frustratingly slow to some people. T ...
Posted Friday, January 26th 2018 at 2:56PM
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Stay Educated! 5 Tips to Grow Your Knowledge Without Breaking the Bank (326 hits)
Expanding upon your knowledge doesn’t always have to involve paying hefty tuition fees for additional schooling. There are many ways to continue learning without having to break the bank. Here are five of the best and most cost-efficient ways t ...
Posted Wednesday, January 24th 2018 at 2:24PM
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Fork in the Road: How to Choose the Right University (295 hits)
The college or university that you enroll in will play a major role in your life for the next several years until you graduate. After all, everything from campus life to the cost of education and more is prevalent and a dominating factor that is rela ...
Posted Tuesday, January 23rd 2018 at 3:37PM
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College Prep: 5 Tips for Getting Ready for College (388 hits)
Transitioning from living at home with your parents and being in high school to living on your own and taking college classes can be stressful. Many aspects of your life may change within a very short period of time, and you will be forced to take on ...
Posted Thursday, January 4th 2018 at 4:51PM
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5 Degree Plans That Will Help Start Your Career in a Field of Medicine (284 hits)
Many career-minded individuals who are focused on making a real difference in other people’s lives settle on medicine as a career choice. There are many avenues of medicine that you could pursue, but before you can receive specialized training ...
Posted Tuesday, January 2nd 2018 at 3:04PM
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Easy Education: How to Obtain a Degree in Less Than 4 Years (365 hits)
Most people think that they must go to school for four years to get a bachelor’s degree. In reality, the amount of time it takes you to graduate is determined not by the calendar but by the credits taken. Below are four ways you can get college ...
Posted Tuesday, December 26th 2017 at 4:56PM
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Top of Your Class: 3 Degrees That Will Help You Excel in Your Field (482 hits)
Times are changing, and the jobs in the workforce are starting to reflect that. Having a college degree is almost equivalent to having a high school diploma, meaning students have to put in more work than ever before. The qualifications that employe ...
Posted Friday, December 15th 2017 at 3:29PM
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College Checklist: 5 Things to Do Before Moving Away to College (202 hits)
Going away to college is quite a bridge in a young person’s life. When moving to a new city or state to further your education, you need to think about what needs to be taken care of at home. This can be a stressful endeavor, but it doesn&rsquo ...
Posted Monday, December 4th 2017 at 5:32PM
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Study Tips: 3 Keys to Passing an Entrance Exam (218 hits)
Entrance exams are one of the most stressful parts of gaining admission to school. A great deal of weight is placed on your score, yet it often feels like no one really tells you how to prepare. If you want to do well, you should consider these three ...
Posted Monday, November 27th 2017 at 3:53PM
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4 Big Things to Not Forget When You are Planning a Large School Event (500 hits)
You are planning a sizeable event at your school, and it's going to be huge. At least, it will be if everything gets executed smoothly. This year, you are banking on the turn out being much larger than last year's dismal outcome. Wanting to make sur ...
Posted Monday, November 13th 2017 at 11:30AM
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Student Finances: How to Manage Your Debt in Grad School (307 hits)
You have recently completed your undergraduate degree and have been preparing to continue forward with your education while the momentum is good. Entering grad school can be a rough time financially for a lot of students. In order to manage all the ...
Posted Monday, November 6th 2017 at 1:24PM
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Modern Student: 4 Ways Education Has Changed in the Past 20 Years (310 hits)
The world has evolved significantly, and of course, education has followed suit. Education is more accessible and convenient for people from every walk of life than ever before. Here are four ways education has changed over the past 20 years: 1. ...
Posted Wednesday, January 11th 2017 at 1:22PM
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