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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.

  • Craig Middleton
    Published about a month ago
    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    4 Reasons Why Online Schooling is Worthwhile

    As a result of the pandemic in 2020, people worldwide have had their daily schedules dramatically altered. Much of the world has had to adjust to working from home, and students from elementary school to university have had to continue their studies online. However, while this is a major shake-up, the concept of attending online schools should not be interpreted as a loss. In fact, in many regards, taking online courses can be seen as more beneficial and fulfilling than attending classes in person. Whether your schedule was disrupted by the pandemic or you were interested in online classes regardless, receiving a degree online is a viable option. This article will go over a few reasons as to how online schooling can make your life easier, as well as why, in some cases, online classes can be superior to on-campus classes.
  • Bryana Langford
    Published about a month ago
    Why the Junior (2021) Class Of High School Was More Screwed Over by the CoronaVirus Than the Senior (2020) Class

    Why the Junior (2021) Class Of High School Was More Screwed Over by the CoronaVirus Than the Senior (2020) Class

    This is a somewhat bias analysis of the end of this school year, as I am currently a junior in high school. While I understand that the senior class missed out on the promises of senior prom and the liberating walk across the stage to receive their well-deserved diploma; their school year practically ended in March! The juniors were the real pioneers! We had been battling the pressures of school work, college expectations, and the inevitable reality that we have to grow up all school year!
  • Vishal Soni
    Published about a month ago
    State of mind when you pass your High school and about to get admitted to University/College.

    State of mind when you pass your High school and about to get admitted to University/College.

    Everybody dreams of success, whether he is a businessman, an author, or a student who is about to pass his high school and prepare to enter his dream University or College and that too in his dream department.
  • The Productive Student Academy
    Published about a month ago
    Overwhelmed by All The Things You Have to Do.

    Overwhelmed by All The Things You Have to Do.

    Do you ever feel overwhelmed and discouraged with the responsibilities of all the things you have to do? School expectations — Work expectations — Family expectations and on and on…
  • The Productive Student Academy
    Published about a month ago
    A New Daily Planner for High School & College Students.

    A New Daily Planner for High School & College Students.

    If you are not already familiar with Mr. Michael Hyatt, he is a productivity and leadership development expert, having written numerous books including Platform, Your Best Year Ever, Free to Focus and his newest release, The Vision Driven Leader.
  • Chris Evans
    Published about a month ago
    10 Reasons Why Students Should Draft Assembly Language Assignment

    10 Reasons Why Students Should Draft Assembly Language Assignment

    Do you think assembly language is a complex subject to study? If so, don’t worry, you are not the only one that finds the subject challenging. Every programming language is unique and requires one to have enough knowledge of concepts, syntax, theories, how to compile, debug, and find errors. Earlier programs were written in assembly language, but today, many programs are coded using a high-level language such as C, Java, PHP, more.
  • Rubal Shah
    Published about a month ago
    Schools Reopening in Covid 19

    Schools Reopening in Covid 19

    In the wake up of noble corona virus most of the countries move into complete Lockdown. Businesses, Offices, Malls, restaurants, Trains, Buses, Air Traffic completely on hold till the Government make all necessary arrangements to tackle with the situation.
  • Peter Mason
    Published about a month ago
    It was just before Friday 13th.

    It was just before Friday 13th.

    I’d say the last real day was March 12th. Leading into a Friday 13th. I don't even think the date's connactation crossed my mind, not for very long anyway. For me, this was the day before all the news sunk in. I think in the week prior, the world was running as normal. You’d hear the common noises of our old lives. The continual drowning noises of stop-start traffic and generic city noises. It was in those days that alarm clocks had a purpose. When you'd engage eye contact with strangers. When you could walk into a store and buy a chocolate bar like normal. Or go to work as a barista. A time when hand sanitiser wasn't a commodity. Sports and concerts still ran as normal and, you could support your friends and be a fan in a crowd. On the news, the virus was always a foreign problem, a distant one. You felt safe and ignorant behind the digital screen. I'd still laugh seeing my friends faces from a hand away. I could sense the calm atmosphere together and get angry when they wouldn't pass the iPhone charger. That was before they flipped the switch.
  • Muhammad Hamza Shah
    Published about a month ago
    Anatomy in Medical School...A Truly Herculean Task?

    Anatomy in Medical School...A Truly Herculean Task?

    For centuries, Gross Anatomy has maintained its unequivocal presence across the curricula in most medical schools. Even now, lecture-based teaching in pre-clinical stages is primarily focused on introducing cardinal landmarks of the human body. Consequently, incoming medical students find themselves inundated with an abundance of anatomical knowledge.
  • Cassandra Masopeh
    Published about a month ago
    Over-education or Miseducation?

    Over-education or Miseducation?

    Ghana on the global stage
  • marie crystal
    Published about a month ago
    THE MEDIOCRE: The future of underprivileged students

    THE MEDIOCRE: The future of underprivileged students

    The race to get to the top, even if you're from a well-heeled family, by no mean an engaging one. The success model and the standards are imposing the crippling burdens on perfect grades, pleasing appearance, music, painting, literature, philosophy, politics, and society virtuous - a problematic race.
  • Anna klawitter
    Published about a month ago
    Who Benefits The Most From Income Share Agreements?

    Who Benefits The Most From Income Share Agreements?

    Income Share Agreements (ISA) are not only a great way to finance education, but they also improve access to programs many could not afford otherwise. With an ISA, students receive funding for their education upfront in exchange for agreeing to share a percentage of their income over a set period of time. Here at Meratas, we’re dedicated to ensuring those who normally wouldn’t be able to afford education can learn without increased stress from loan payments.