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  • Date: 07 Nov, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
10 Things I Wish I knew before College

We get a lot of emails from students who use our services asking us for advice on succeeding in college. Some of the questions are related to academics, but others are related to campus life, financial issues, relationships, well-being, and simply having fun. All of this got us thinking. If we could go back in time, what advice would we give ourselves?

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  • Date: 12 Oct, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Writing
How to Write a College Level Essay

As a new college student, you’ve surely written more than a few essays. However, if you aren’t earning A’s and B’s, you could have a real problem. Chances are good that you simply aren’t doing the things that boost your essays from high school to college level. Fortunately, there are several tips and tricks that you can use as you learn how to write a college essay.

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  • Date: 20 Sep, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
7 Top Gadgets for College Students

Who says our love for toys must disappear when we become adults? Do we ever really outgrow our affection for nifty little gadgets that keep us entertained, organized, and that makes our lives a little more convenient. College students especially are known for their love of devices, gadgets, and other tech gear.

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  • Date: 10 Sep, 2017
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
10 Lessons Learned From The Most Successful Entrepreneurs

Picture ten entrepreneurs, varying ages and genders, working in completely different niches. What could they possibly have in common? Each of them has learned a valuable lesson as they have conceived, launched, and expanded their empires, and they are willing to share those lessons with others.

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  • Date: 26 Aug, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Writing
Getting Ideas for Content Writing – A Never-Ending Process

It’s not like you are a news reporter. They probably have it easier, right? All they have to do is wait for things to happen and the write about them. As a content writer, you have to do both – come up with the ideas and write about them too. And if you are trying to maintain a blog and post at least once or twice a week, it is not long until you are scraping the bottom trying to find anything to write about.

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  • Date: 24 Aug, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Writing
10 effective methods to increase your motivation

Finding motivation to do the most basic daily tasks can sometimes be impossible. There’s just something keeping us down and we can’t shake the feeling of powerlessness. It’s even worse if you’re a college student or a worker, having to dedicate several hours a day to work. You feel down and you just want to go back to your bed. Sometimes not even the deadlines can help you. You have so much work to do and yet you fail to find the will to keep moving.

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  • Date: 23 Jun, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
Here is a Method to Improve Reading Speed

85% of all college assignments involve reading – textbooks, outside reading assignments, and research for essays and papers. You just can’t get around it. And your ability to read fast and with good comprehension will be a major factor in your academic success in college. If you struggle with reading we're here to help!

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  • Date: 09 Jun, 2017
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
How to Answer the Top 5 Most Stupid Interview Questions

In life there are questions. Now you can easily repeat the phrase “There is no such thing as a stupid question” over and over as though it were your personal mantra. However, when facing the hard facts, there is no denying the fact that there are questions that don’t need to be asked, or that shouldn’t be asked. In an interview, this is no different.

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  • Date: 23 May, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
The Ultimate Guide to Content Repurposing

Repurposed content is content that is either re-worked so that it becomes an entirely new piece, or content that is delivered to a new audience. There are many reasons to do this. One is to get more mileage out of the content that you create. The other is to communicate the same thing in different ways so that users with different learning styles will benefit.

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  • Date: 23 May, 2017
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
The Right Tips for a Productive Study Break

Ding! The alarm goes off on your phone signaling to you that it is finally time to take a well-deserved study break. So, what do you do? Obviously, you want to give your mind a break from the subject you've been studying. On the other hand, you don't want to your mind to become so disengaged that you can't get back on task once your break is over.

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