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13 Ways to Develop an Effective Learning Strategy for Exams

This post is a contribution from our friends at Edarabia. Examination week can be the most stressful time for any student. Before the big date comes, students should take some time to revise their studying routine or strategy to get better scores. Ace your exams from start to finish and achieve your study goals with […]

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Eric Allen

Questions to Keep in Mind for Your Next College Visit

This post is a contribution from our friends at Admit.me. Next time you find yourself on a college tour, ask questions that matter. The following are just a few things to think about in terms of college life. Trust me, y’all: there’s nothing worse than coming up empty-handed when the Q+A portion of the tour […]

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Kim Lifton

Master the College Essay With These 4 Questions

This post is a contribution from our friends at Wow Writing Workshop. Your senior year peers are about to complete the college application process; it’s also time for you to get started. Is it too early for you to start prepping for the college essay? Can your parents help? What should you expect? As you […]

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College Essay Myth #5: Only the Best Students Impress Admissions with College Essays!

This is the last, but not the least in importance, in this series of myths and facts surrounding the ever so daunting college essay. Remember, there is a lot of misinformation out there in books and on the web that will take you off track. Your job is to get the right information so you […]

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College Essay Myth #4: There is a “Right” Way to Write a College Essay!

When it comes to the college application essay, there is a lot of misinformation out there that will take you off track. This could prevent you from dazzling admissions with your topic and impressing them with a great story. Your job is to separate the myths from the facts, and be careful of where you […]

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5 Tips to Building a Better College Application

Creating the best possible college application is one of the most important things you will ever do – after all, your future depends on it. If your application is not solid, you may not get into the university of your choice. Rather than take any chances, take our advice: here are five ways you can […]

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Living with a Roommate Can Save Students $15,000 in Total Cost of College Attendance

This post originally appeared on the StudySoup blog. One dilemma that nearly every college student will face is whether or not to live with a roommate. Let’s face it, there are quite a few benefits to living alone. It means more privacy, more control over personal space, and the ability to avoid the experience of […]

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Linda Abraham

First Drafts of Personal Statements: Let Yourself Go

Writing the first draft of your personal statement is probably the hardest part of the whole application process. Here’s how to let yourself go.

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Overcome Weaknesses in Your College Application

Even if you were captain of the swim team, a member of the school chorus, and an Honor Roll student, it’s pretty likely that there’s something in your academic background that you consider a weakness. Here’s how you can overcome those weaknesses and position yourself for success in the college application process. Start Your Planning […]

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Use the 3 Cs to Improve Your Writing (and Writing Scores!)

This post was written by our friends at Scribendi. If you’re here, you’re probably looking to improve your writing. Whether you’re crafting an admissions essay or preparing for a standardized test, such as the writing section of the ACT, improving your writing is a very worthy goal. Even if you’ve already studied all the necessary […]

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