How to Succeed in an Online Class

Online classes are a convenient way for busy students and working professionals to get college credit. However, they require a higher degree of self-motivation than traditional classes. If you want to pass an online class, you’ll have to be well-organized and committed in order to succeed. A few success tips for online students: Create a Read More …

Signs of a Bad College or University

Choosing the right college or university is a major decision that can greatly impact your future. Attend the right college and you can expect a great career and financial success. Choose the wrong college, and you may not learn the skills necessary for your chosen career path which will lead to a lack career satisfaction Read More …

5 Simple Steps to Getting (and Staying) Organized in College

With the fall semester of classes upon us, college students are gearing up for back to school. There’s dorm necessities to purchase and roommates to find, along with a surplus of books and supplies to acquire. With so much going on, even the most successful college students can forget the most important thing they need Read More …

High School Classes to Maximize College Success

The transition from high school to college isn’t always easy. High schools don’t always to the best job preparing students for the challenges of college, but as a student you can take classes that will better prepare you for both college and whatever career path you choose. A few useful classes to take as a Read More …

How to Improve Your Writing Skills in College

Many entering college freshman lack the writing skills necessary to succeed at the post-secondary level. If high school didn’t prepare you for the writing requirements of college, you may feel overwhelmed and frustrated when essays and papers are assigned. While it will be a challenge to catch up to your peers who received better preparation, Read More …

How to Cope with Academic Burnout at College

on line pharmacy Miguel Angel via Compfight   Many college students experience burnout at some point. The average college student has to balance classes, extracurricular activities, and maybe even a job or internship. Whether you plan to work after college or attend graduate school, competition is tight and the pressure is on to be the Read More …