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  • How to succeed in high school? Be present, be prepared, and be positive. Follow these tips to succeed in the classroom. Tips for preparing yourself and your assignments. How to develop positive relations with teachers. How being present and on time can improve your grades.

    How to Succeed in High School: Three Simple Rules

    How to Succeed in High School: Three Simple Rules

    by Jule Romans0

  • I am sorry to break it to you, but college might not be as charming as you thought it would be. With that rather depressing thought, I will share the eight biggest pressures of a being freshman.

    The 8 Biggest Pressures of Being a Freshman

    The 8 Biggest Pressures of Being a Freshman

    by Priya Barua6

  • Here are instructions on how to assemble a first aid kit for your college student's dorm room, including a checklist for bandages, medications, useful tools and more.

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    by FlourishAnyway20

  • Beware of a recession in the Capstone simulation (Capsim). A team that is doing well can really get slammed if they do not check the Capstone Courier and "Next Year’s Segment Growth" for all sensor segments.

    Capsim Simulation:  Beware of a Recession

    Capsim Simulation: Beware of a Recession

    by JamesCage3

  • Resources and study strategies to help you pass organic chemistry. These ochem study tips are written by a student who did well in the ochem I and II and includes useful advice shared by a professor.

    How to Pass Organic Chemistry

    How to Pass Organic Chemistry

    by Melanie Palen1

  • Minorities have been seeking equality in all areas of American life and life on college campuses is no exception. One group that is often overlooked is the non-religious. Why is this and how can discrimination, including discrimination against atheists, be combated on campus?

    Secular Students: The Overlooked Minority on College Campuses

    Secular Students: The Overlooked Minority on College Campuses

    by Catherine Giordano10

  • So you've successfully completed high school and scored well on the SAT and ACT. However, succeeding in a public college is not about what you know, but rather how responsible of a person you are.

    Are You Prepared for a Four Year College?

    Are You Prepared for a Four Year College?

    by J Michael Martin1

  • In my experience, college was exciting and enlightening but finishing my thesis was full of missteps and brutal criticism. As an art, student it was more than brutal; it was crushing. How to recover?

    Artistic Nature and Harsh Criticism

    Artistic Nature and Harsh Criticism

    by Denise McGill20

  • Carefully choosing and designing a workspace for homework completion can increase your academic success. Distractions and not having your tools close at hand are detrimental to getting homework done well and efficiently. Find tips for creating the perfect homework space which will contribute to your academic success.

    How to Make a Comfortable Workspace for Your Homework

    How to Make a Comfortable Workspace for Your Homework

    by Teresa Coppens10

  • Advice for English majors from a graduate of California State University's Creative Writing program. How to turn your English Degree into a career.

    Advice For English Majors

    Advice For English Majors

    by Jennifer Arnett6

  • I'm almost certain that everyone in some point of their lives has fallen asleep in class. Whether you are currently in classes, planning to attend classes, or have gone through the whole...

    How to Stay Awake in Class

    How to Stay Awake in Class

    by kaltopsyd92

  • College dropouts can achieve all of the success a college graduate can. This article covers 10 things all college dropouts want you to know - especially those who did complete college.

    10 Things College Dropouts Want You to Know

    10 Things College Dropouts Want You to Know

    by David Livermore2

  • An innovative training to help students to be prepared and neutralize relational and emotional bully attacks with non-violent and effective techniques.

    A Victim Inoculation Program for Bullying

    A Victim Inoculation Program for Bullying

    by William E Krill Jr1

  • The transition from home to dorm can sometimes be a little more than scary. Here are some tips on how to cope with the big move from dependent or independent.

    Dorm Life: Tips for Freshmen Girls

    Dorm Life: Tips for Freshmen Girls

    by WickedLittleLiar4

  • Housing is an important part of the college experience and deciding between a dorm or apartment can be very challenging. My freshman year of college, I decided to live off campus and three years in an apartment has helped me develop a list of pros and cons that may help you decide whether living off

    The Pros and Cons of Living Off-Campus During College

    The Pros and Cons of Living Off-Campus During College

    by LaKeisha Crum0

  • The Benefits of Studying Physics - There are many reasons to study physics at university. These include increased employability, career choice, and prestige.

    The Benefits of Studying Physics

    The Benefits of Studying Physics

    by Thomas Swan7

  • Peer mentors are student leaders who provide encouragement and support to new students. They establish an ongoing personal connection and serve as an information resource. Learn what is required.

    How to Be an Effective Peer Mentor

    How to Be an Effective Peer Mentor

    by Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies0

  • What AP classes do I need to take in high school to prepare for an engineering college? Select the best classes and activities to take in high school to set you up to admission to an engineering school after graduation.

    Best High School Classes for Engineering College

    Best High School Classes for Engineering College

    by Katy Medium0

  • After the novelty of college has worn off, you may realize that during the course of the first few months, along with a criminally heavy workload, you have also developed a host of bad habits.

    8 Bad Habits Every College Student Can Relate To

    8 Bad Habits Every College Student Can Relate To

    by Priya Barua2

  • Homeschooling is where the parent teaches their child from home, rather than sending them to a public or private school. This allows for freedom of teaching your child in a unique way.

    What It's Like to Be Homeschooled

    What It's Like to Be Homeschooled

    by Savanna H2

  • As a Nursing Student myself, and looking back on the previous three years of my college career, I have gained some insight that I believe every Nursing Student should know before, and during their time in the Nursing Program.

    10 Things Every Nursing Student Should Know

    10 Things Every Nursing Student Should Know

    by Anna1

  • How do you ace the ACT Reading test? The questions can actually get tricky, so you have to hone your skills to be able to adapt to the testing strategy of this particular exam.

    10 Nifty Tips to Improve Your ACT Reading Score

    10 Nifty Tips to Improve Your ACT Reading Score

    by Winnie Custodio0

  • Learn more about mindmapping as an aid to retaining information no matter what level. Mind maps can be used for education, daily tasks or even as a tool in treating memory loss in Alzheimer's.

    Using Mindmapping As A Memory Tool

    Using Mindmapping As A Memory Tool

    by Audrey Kirchner26

  • This blog will show how to get even the strictest teachers to like you, and maybe, just maybe, get them to even think of you as their favorite. Don't believe me? Read on and give these tips a try!

    How to Get Any Teacher to Like You

    How to Get Any Teacher to Like You

    by V K Smiley0

  • The Medical College Admissions Test is a standardized, multiple-choice examination that, along with your undergraduate GPA, admissions use to predict your ability to succeed in a medical school setting. The exam, comprised of four sections- Physical...

    How to Prepare for the MCAT

    How to Prepare for the MCAT

    by NumbaOne-10

  • This article describes many ways for high school or college students to study effectively for biology and do well on their tests and exams.

    How to Study for Biology

    How to Study for Biology

    by Linda Crampton70

  • Are you a college-bound teen? Discover how to make adjustments such as dealing with your new freedom, making new friends, and balancing school-work with other activities.

    Helpful Advice for Freshmen About College Life

    Helpful Advice for Freshmen About College Life

    by Yvette Stupart PhD8

  • I went through formal Panhelenic recruitment in fall 2017, now I will be on the other side of recruitment as a member of Greek Life. Here is a list of things I wish I knew before rushing.

    What I Wish I Knew About Sorority Recruitment

    What I Wish I Knew About Sorority Recruitment

    by Dolly Hale2

  • Good research paper topics are focused, specific, and easily divided into three main sections. Here are good research paper topics for history. Includes suggested outlines and topic variations.

    Good Research Paper Topics for History

    Good Research Paper Topics for History

    by Jule Romans0

  • The scientific method helps students learn about science and make use of critical thinking skills in the process. The scientific method and its steps are explained here.

    Formula for Using the Scientific Method

    Formula for Using the Scientific Method

    by Joan Whetzel5

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