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From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.

  • joseph iliaz
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Here's Why You Must Never Skip Working on Your Dissertation

    Here's Why You Must Never Skip Working on Your Dissertation

    With the changing time, it has become hard to survive the competition happening all over the world. School and college are the only places when you can work totally on yourself and hone your skills. Hence, your teachers always make it a point to conduct several activities in your class and also provide you with topics to write dissertations on.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about 12 hours ago
    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    An Honest Conversation About Bullying

    Let’s admit: bullying is one of the biggest problems happening in schools. Whether it’s via online or in person, bullies will find ways to crush one’s self-esteem and making them feel less than what they are. They put their own insecurities onto others to make themselves feel better, thinking that they’re so tough. One in four kids at school reported that they were bullied. I was a victim of bullying for a number of reasons.
  • Rhonda Martinez
    Published a day ago
    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Top 5 Habits of Successful Law Students

    Law is an incredibly demanding and stressful college course. You will not be surprised to hear that many students do not even finish their first year. The workload can be heavy, and there will be moments where you feel like giving up. Consistency and the building of good habits are key traits that you will need if you want to succeed in your law course. Below, you can find out more about the specific traits that successful law students have.
  • M. A. Hetussa
    Published a day ago
    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Class of 2020 - your lost generation.

    Crossing a stage, for less than 30 seconds, receiving a fake piece of rolled up paper that represents the last most significant portion of your life – spanning years, not just months – may seem trivial and unnecessary to some. But for others, this was a dream, a long awaited and well worked for goal – a fragile reality, that as it turns out was susceptible to breaking.
  • ava watson
    Published 2 days ago
    Step By Step Guide To Write An Effective Dissertation!

    Step By Step Guide To Write An Effective Dissertation!

    The dissertation is used to produce an original piece of research work on a particular topic. The dissertation writing is the most challenging task in the entire degree process. Students need to do in-depth research to write their dissertation paper. No offence to say that dissertation writing requires a lot of effort and meticulous planning.
  • Kenneth S
    Published 2 days ago
    The Ways of Dealing with a Broken School System

    The Ways of Dealing with a Broken School System

    Richard Williams said school can be defined as “Six Cruel Hours Of Our Lives.” School is a place to gain knowledge, not to get A’s. Parents send their children to school to prepare for their unknown future. However, while the world keeps changing and improving, the school system has not changed much for hundreds of years. And yet in today’s classroom, the most common questions that the students ask their teacher are “will this be on the test?” and “when will this due”? Schools are just for those people who can “score” higher. Schools are just like a factory in nowadays that the students are being required to follow instructions like “open your book and turn to page 40” and “start reading or solving problems.” Moreover, there are differences between who is smart and who can score better. To innovate the school system, schools should allow students to find their own passion and get rid of the grading system; most importantly, find out how students learn and provide them the classes that can truly assist them to gain knowledge.
  • ava watson
    Published 6 days ago
    Ways To Master Your Essay Writing Skills!

    Ways To Master Your Essay Writing Skills!

    Essay writing is a type of basic academic writing that you will likely be asked to do in multiple categories. If essay writing seems like a daunting experience then before you start your assignment writing, make sure you understand the given requirements on how to approach the essay what is likely to be the focus on. Break the process into the number of steps to ensure your writing as strong as possible. Essays are very personalized and include different formats.
  • Koby Mahon
    Published 6 days ago
    Get Solution To Arduous Engineering Assignment!

    Get Solution To Arduous Engineering Assignment!

    Engineering is a professional course that is inclusive of a wide range of disciplines that are inclusive of:
  • Joshua Jogo
    Published 6 days ago
    CVs and Cover Letters for college students

    CVs and Cover Letters for college students

    CVs and Cover Letters for college students
  • Emily Marshall
    Published 7 days ago
    What I Wrote The Night Before I Left For College

    What I Wrote The Night Before I Left For College

    Let me preface this story by saying that I wrote this the night before I moved from Oregon to Texas to go to school. I've now finished my freshman year of college and it's so interesting to replay the thoughts going through my head the night before I left. I had never moved before and I was going half way across the country. I didn't know anyone going to the same school as me and I only had a few distant relatives in the area. I was scared, nervous, anxious, and excited. I wish I would have been able to read something like this when I was leaving, just so to know that I wasn't alone in my emotions. Here is what I wrote right before I left:
  • Keri Savoca
    Published 8 days ago
    Programming is hard.

    Programming is hard.

    If you’ve read some of the brilliant pieces by other authors about programming, you might have walked away feeling like you’re not cut out for this.
  • John Tasci
    Published 9 days ago
    First Week Of Remote Learning Review

    First Week Of Remote Learning Review

    My town decided to shut down all schools for two weeks as the county started to get increasingly infected by COVID-19. The journey so far has been very easy. Nothing new, nothing complicated, but staying self-quarantine for a long time gets pretty boring. So let's begin on my first week of remote learning.