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Freshmen Guide to College Dos and Don’ts


 

When setting off to college, students usually receive loads of directions from their parents. Most of helpful advice boils down to studying hard and doing their laundry.

While both things are without doubt extremely important, there is a set of other skills that might prove useful to someone who is about to start living on their own and away from home. So, how to survive your first year of college? What things one should and should not do when in college?

Here is the list of…

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Will Science Labs Go Virtual? The Revolution Is Just Round The Corner!


 

For many decades, working in a laboratory has been an essential part of middle school, high school and college science curriculum. We are used to thinking that science learning starts with chemical-resistant tables, burners and beakers. However today, with online learning becoming more popular and more accessible than ever, educational experts, scientists and online course designers are handling a serious challenge of how to move the traditional hands-on learning experience from…

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Which One To Go For: ACT or SAT?


 

As if the traditional college application-related stress was not enough, they say, many ambitious high school students are now looking for another challenge to overcome. Some young people feel it is no longer enough for them to take only one college admission test. Instead, they opt for taking both: the ACT and the SAT.

Why? That is a hard one to answer. Indeed, there is absolutely no reason why one should seriously consider this: no college requires its applicants to take…

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Five Study Skills to Help You Do Better This School Year

 
Being a student can be a rather difficult and stressful experience that involves long study sessions, pulling all-nighters over important papers, spending hours preparing for an exam. If you are a high school or college student, your schedule is likely to be very tight, which means you have to be really good at planning your study time and spending it wisely.

The good news is, even if you do not have solid study skills right now, developing them is not a very difficult thing to…

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School Is Back! Why Be Happy About It?

 
School is to be back in just a few days now and it is time to set up the right motivation for the successful start of the new school year. As the summer is approaching its finale, many students are getting more and more depressed at the thought of going back to classes.

Having conducted a little research of our own, we were genuinely surprised to learn that:

- 2.4% of school-aged kids worldwide are believed to have didaskaleinophobia, which is the fear of going back to…

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5 Useful Tips To Help You Do Your Homework Effectively


 
We still have more than a week to go before a new school year starts and children head back to school but many students feel it is time to think about how to become more concentrated, focused and academically successful.

When it comes to studying, there are many different patterns. Some students study on a regular daily basis, others procrastinate till the very last minute before they start doing anything, still others do their homework very rarely.
But having a good study…

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Tips on How to Choose the Best Online Continuing Education Provider


 
The Internet era has opened up various opportunities for people who wish to continue their education beyond college. Their motives are easily understood: online education is convenient and flexible allowing you to successfully combine learning, a full-time job and other commitments; it is pretty cheap and, what’s more, it is available anytime, anywhere.

The online continuing education course options are truly unlimited. The industry is booming and the number of people who are…

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Why iPads Are Such Tremendous Success These Days


 
iPad is continuing its triumphant march across the world, leaving PCs trailing far behind. The unprecedented growth of tablets has touched upon every single aspect of our life. Everyone, from a three-year old child to a top manager of some world-famous corporation, knows how to use it to their personal benefit.

Why is iPad so big these days? Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple Inc., tried to answer this question. He explains that iPads are so popular because they have come to our life very…

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How to Deal With the Problem of School Tardiness


 
School tardiness is one of the fastest growing problems in today’s education. As the end of the school year is approaching quickly, more and more students feel unwilling to get up in the morning and go to classes. Teachers find it increasingly difficult to keep students focused and come on time.

Elementary and secondary schools throughout are adopting different methods of dealing with tardies. The most efficient ones are those, which are strictly enforced and applied school-wide….

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How to Help Your Kid Relieve Stress during Their Senior Year in High School


 
With school workload, intensive exam preparation, approaching college application deadlines and various extracurricular activities, it is no wonder that many high school students feel exhausted and stressed out.

Senior year in high school is a real challenge for many students: there are so many things to attend to and so little time. While some students are capable of organizing their work in the way that is both productive and enjoyable, most of others feel frustrated and…

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