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Tips for Writing the Perfect Paper

March 31st, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

The perfect paper is a true work of art. It’s perfectly organized and has a clear, structured flow from thesis to conclusion. It has a flawless bibliography and citations, with […]

Dealing With Failure: Recovering from a Bad Grade

December 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

We’ve all made mistakes in our academic careers. Whether it’s a test we just weren’t prepared for or an assignment that didn’t go as planned, a poor grade or two—or […]

What Your Marks Really Mean

September 1st, 2013; By Susan Huebert

For many students, grades can be a very stressful part of going to school. Report card time can be difficult, especially for anyone who is close to failing a course. […]

Summer School: Why It’s Worth Your Time

July 1st, 2013; By Kristen Mcbain

Although the thought of spending a beautiful summer’s day inside a dark classroom while others are lounging at the beach may sound less than appealing, in the long run taking […]

Practicing Time Management

January 26th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Time management is a problem for many people because there are so many distractions in our day-to-day lives that can interfere with whatever goals we have to accomplish that day, […]

Athletic Scholarships and You

November 23rd, 2012; By Mike Sneed

The road to college for ordinary senior high school students commonly includes the dreams of big scholarships to top universities. This is particularly true in the opening years of senior […]