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The Life Hack That Can Get You into a Better College…With a Scholarship
March 24, 2019
Throughout high school, students are made to feel as if a perfect GPA is the only way into college. The truth is more complex than that. While a 4.0 GPA can go a long way to getting a student into their dream college, it’s not the be all and end all. Most post-secondary schools look at a combination of a student’s GPA, SAT (or ACT), and extra-curricular activities. A strong SAT can compensate for a less-than-perfect GPA – and is easier to attain.
12 Test-Taking Tips for Terrible Test Takers
March 24, 2019
In many ways, taking an important exam is like going on a first date. You might try to look confident on the outside, but on the inside you’re all nerves. Depending how it goes, it could have a big impact on your near-term future. And your best buddies will be calling you the moment it ends to find out how it went.
How to Stay Self-Motivated When Studying Online
February 04, 2019
Studying online offers a lot of advantages over studying in a classroom. For example, it’s cheaper and you can study wherever and whenever you want. But there are also some challenges to studying online—and the biggest is staying motivated. The following are a few top tips for staying self-motivated when studying online.
8 Reasons To Study Online
January 31, 2019
From K through 12 and post-secondary, we become conditioned to learning in the classroom. In the old days, the traditional classroom consisted of a teacher or lecturer standing in front of a chalkboard or projector and their students sitting opposite. In recent years, more technology has been introduced into the classroom with computers and tablets gradually replaced by notepads and pens.
Best Music for Studying
March 24, 2018
We’ve all been there. You know, that situation where you should be studying but find yourself procrastinating for hours on end. Thankfully, listening to music while studying can help you get rid of distractions and focus on your studies.