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It’s one of the most stressful times of the year: midterm season. If exams aren’t your thing, you might be wondering how can I study for this exam so I can do my best on it. A few years ago, when I was studying to be a writing center tutor, I learned about the different...
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The second semester of your senior year of high school often feels like it’s more focused on college or your post-high school plans. Everyone is busy making final decisions on what school they want to attend. They’re looking for scholarship opportunities, financial aid, and housing. With so much going on, we often forget to enjoy...
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For the past few months, or even years, you have immersed yourself in studying a subject that will help you land a career. However, you may have found that you just don’t enjoy what you have been learning. Your freshman year of college is the best time to explore majors and decide what you see...
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Not everyone is a big fan of delaying their freshman year of college. Many people just want to get their degree and begin their career. However, taking a gap year is a great way to enhance your college experience, even though you aren’t officially a college student yet. A year off can help you find...
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One huge change that college students often have to adjust to is living with a roommate. If you are an only child, or never had to share a room before, it might take a bit to get used to living with a roommate. Here are some tips to make your living situation as comfortable and...
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No matter how independent you are, it is normal to feel homesick in college. What is homesickness exactly? According to Dr. Josh Klapow, a clinical psychologist and associate professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, homesickness is not missing your home but the familiarity and comfort of home. The feeling is totally normal and...
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