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Changes in College Curriculum to Give Students a Break

September 16th, 2016
As a rule, when a school year comes to the logical end, all students have something in common – they have already achieved (or not) their key goal of Read More →

Repay Your Student Loan While in College: A Brand New Idea by the Government

September 16th, 2016
The Australian government has worked out a number of new measures to make higher education cost more. Besides, according to the 2016 Budget students will have to payback Read More →

5 Paragraph Essay: What Works for School Won’t Work for College

August 29th, 2016
When required to complete a 5-paragraph essay, students should keep in mind they’re dealing with the most commonly used and the simplest structure of the writing task. Due to the nature of Read More →
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Persuasive Speech: 3 Cornerstones of Appealing to Your Audience

June 29th, 2016
Speech can be an extremely powerful tool, regardless the reason it’s been made for. As a rule, speech is used to deliver a certain message or to tell a story. When Read More →

Reflective and Effective Learning: 10 Essential Tips

June 7th, 2016
All high school or college students are dreaming about academic success. But the thing is they usually have limited study and learning skills. As a rule, they’re not aware of learning Read More →

A Complete Guide to Developing a Good Personal Signature

May 23rd, 2016
Whether you’re dreaming about becoming a popular rockstar or you’re just fooling around and need to somehow pass the time, experimenting with the signature is not the worst thing to do. Read More →

Killer Subheadings Guide for Your Academic Papers

May 17th, 2016
A good heading is like a handshake with your readers. It hooks their attention: an opening captivates them, and then comes a long piece of writing. However, many Read More →

Colleges Giving Up on SAT

May 17th, 2016
The SAT is a standardised test, which is used to evaluate students applying for college in the United States. Typically, this test is taken on students’ junior or senior year. The Read More →
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Skipping College: What Are the Alternative Paths to Succeeding?

May 17th, 2016
Let’s face it, college is just not for everyone. High school students may have different reasons that led them to dropping out of college. They include the lack of knowledge Read More →

6 Keys to Productive Night Writing

March 24th, 2016
So, the paper is due tomorrow. You’re trying hard to handle both the strong desire to go to the dreamland and the difficult task you are faced with. But the truth Read More →