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  • Date: 10 Feb, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
10 Things you would rather do than Write Your Research Paper

College midterms have recently ended, and we all know what that means; research papers. Since you have visited us that must mean that you may be considering the use of our services. If you choose to write your paper yourself, however, here are a few things you would probably rather be doing.

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  • Date: 01 Feb, 2017
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
Start Building Your Personal Brand While in School

We hear a lot about “branding” these days. Coca-Cola, for example, is a brand that only someone living on a desert island with no phone or Internet does not know. Companies that have this marketing “thing” down well know that they have to promote brand awareness everywhere, especially on social media. This is done in very specific ways – building relationships with potential customers so that their “brand” is first in those minds when a purchasing decision is made.

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  • Date: 03 Jan, 2017
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Writing
Social Media Can Improve Your Writing

Do you blog? Are you a student who is faced with essays that make you cringe? Are you an educator that is trying to find a way to improve your student’s writing performance? Or are you a novice freelance writer looking to increase the quality of the content you provide?

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  • Date: 19 Dec, 2016
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
The college student emotional and mental health crisis

The time you spend at college will be some of the most cherished time of your life. Even with that being the case, it’s important to keep in mind that you are not a machine. College students often overlook their physical and emotional health in wake of so many activities and studying that surrounds them. So how can you live the student’s American dream while still keeping your head clear and healthy?

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  • Date: 14 Dec, 2016
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
What’s Wrong with Education Today?

The answer is quite a lot. We are rapidly falling behind the rest of the world, even though we have a large percentage of students who graduate from college. The things that are wrong with education, then, are not the lack of kids in school and the lower number of years spent in school. We have to look to other causes for the “dumbing down” of our population.

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  • Date: 19 Nov, 2016
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
12 Celebs Who Graduated From College After Becoming Famous

It’s never too late to learn, is it? Even if you have already succeeded in your career, you can get more of useful information and knowledge in your professional field or obtain a degree in the other subject to broaden your world-outlook. The education is highly important even for the celebrities, who seem to be having no need in a degree at all.

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  • Date: 19 May, 2016
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
5 things the top world's entrepreneurs refuse to believe

​Your business plan is in place, you have your website built, you have a product that you know will service the needs of your client base. So, what’s wrong? “Why isn’t anyone grabbing up our services?” you may ask. You check you sites analytics and no-one is visiting yet, and it’s been a whole week!

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  • Date: 19 May, 2016
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
5 Hardest College Classes

What makes a college class difficult. We discussed this in our offices and agreed to a few things. Academic difficulty is certainly a factor, but in order to qualify for our list, a class cannot simply be tough or require a lot of effort to pass. It must be a true killer that causes students to fail or even switch majors.

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  • Date: 03 Apr, 2016
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
What Kind Of Student Are You

What was your favorite thing about elementary school? Did you look forward to field day? Did you relish the chance to sit in a corner and read to yourself? Was arts and crafts day the best day of the week for you? Whatever it was that made you happiest and most eager to learn in grade school is an indicator of the type of learner that you are. If you know what kind of student you are, you can adjust the way that you study and the way that you consume new information.

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  • Date: 20 Mar, 2016
  • Posted by: Leah Thurber
  • Category: Study
The Ultimate Study Abroad Checklist

You've done your research, you've selected the country and university where you will be studying, you've gone through the application process, and you've been accepted. Congratulations! You've accomplished something pretty amazing, and are sure to have a great experience studying abroad.

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