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In high school, you will get the option to take AP class. These classes are usually available to you once you reach your junior year, but you may be able to take them as early as your freshman year! AP classes are supposed to mirror an introductory college course. Taking these courses allows you to...
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It can be difficult to choose a university. After all, this is going be your new home for the next four years. When deciding what school to attend, here’s a few things to consider: LOCATION Is the school too close or too far from home? Or maybe you want to consider the weather. Do you...
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Are you getting antsy with too much time on your hands this summer? Why not take advantage of that free time and earn some college credits! Not only will you learn something new, but it can also help you graduate faster. Here are five things to consider before signing up for a summer college course. ...
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Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post about “10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Senior Year.” Unfortunately, for many high school students, senior year was cut short due to the pandemic. This means many senior activities that students have looked forward to for years have been cancelled such as Senior Prom, Award...
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We’ve all been trained on classroom etiquette for years. We know we have to wait our turn and raise our hand to speak, we know to be quiet when others are talking and we know how to conduct ourselves in a public setting. So, how does one take what they know about in-person classroom etiquette...
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It’s not easy to choose a college, especially when you have to consider the tuition costs. With people looking for alternative ways to afford college, many students have started attending community college with the intent of transferring to a university. However, like with any decision, there are pros and cons to attending a community college...
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Has a full schedule kept you from taking on a full-time semester load in school? Many times, juggling a full-time job with family and going to school will leave you overwhelmed. If this sounds like you, maybe being a part-time student can benefit you. Read on to learn about what being a part-time college student...
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Updated March 11, 2021 Spring break is always a great vacation from school, whether you’re traveling or staying home. Unfortunately, many people this year will have to cancel their travel plans due to the coronavirus once again. Although not being able to enjoy the same activities as a normal year may be frustrating, there are...
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It can be really hard to study only one subject for four years. Although it’s a subject you’re really passionate about, there might be other subjects you’re passionate about too. Thankfully, college offers students the chance to double major! While this may sound like a great idea, there are several things to consider when taking...
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College admissions are competitive. After all, if it was easy to get into college, everyone would have a degree from an Ivy League school. Still, being rejected from your dream school hurts. It’s fine to feel bad and mope around for a bit, but remember that you are smart and talented. Here are some tips...
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