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  • To Everyone Starting Over: A Reflection on New Beginnings

    To Everyone Starting Over: A Reflection on New Beginnings

    Jenny Tran faced several challenges in college and beyond before deciding it was best to start over—and that made all difference as she forged a new path.

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  • Which Engineering Career is Right for You?

    Which Engineering Career is Right for You?

    Not sure what the right path for you is in the engineering disciplines? We've put together a guide we hope you'll find useful and informative wherever you are on your engineering journey.

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  • Top 10 Tips to Help You Prepare for Finals

    Top 10 Tips to Help You Prepare for Finals

    Finals are a stressful time for any college student. Many students wait until the last minute, but cramming for an exam is a bad idea. Learn a few tips to help you stave off all-nighters.

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  • 6 Ways to De-stress During Exam Season

    6 Ways to De-stress During Exam Season

    No one understands more than another university student how difficult exam season is—it’s often challenging to manage stress while studying for exams. Learn six tips for de-stressing.

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  • Essential Study Tips to Avoid All-Nighters Before Exams

    Essential Study Tips to Avoid All-Nighters Before Exams

    Cramming for an exam is just a bad idea. Learn a few tips to help you stave off all-nighters.

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  • 6 Study Tips You Can Use Right Now

    6 Study Tips You Can Use Right Now

    Student Natalia Munteanu shares some study tips you can begin using immediately.

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  • When You Don't Know an Answer: Smart Guessing

    When You Don't Know an Answer: Smart Guessing

    Having to guess can wreck some test takers’ confidence, making them perform poorly on the remainder of the exam. Go into the exam fully prepared with these tips on how to guess smartly.

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  • 7 Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder

    7 Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder

    As a student, are you feeling overwhelmed by the demands on your time and searching for ways to tackle your academic workload? We've got seven ways to put you on the path to success.

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  • Top 10 Pieces of Advice for College Graduates From Professors

    Top 10 Pieces of Advice for College Graduates From Professors

    Educators share the advice they often give graduating students who are beginning the next stage in their lives.

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  • 4 Tips for Getting Into Graduate School

    4 Tips for Getting Into Graduate School

    Although grades are important for graduate schools, just as with undergraduate programs, it’s critical to highlight that you’re a well-rounded individual to increase your chances of acceptance.

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  • How to Reach Your Goals This School Year

    How to Reach Your Goals This School Year

    Make sure you make the most of your college experience by taking advantage of the resources, mentors, and community at your service.

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  • 15 Ways to Get Motivated at College

    15 Ways to Get Motivated at College

    Whether you're new at college, returning, or have been there some years, it's often difficult get and stay motivated. Here are fifteen ways to kick start your motivation, and keep it up.

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  • Understanding the Role of Marketing

    Understanding the Role of Marketing

    Knowing the basic functions of marketing is vital to your success in the business world.

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  • Unforced Errors: 10 Common Mistakes You Don't Want to Make

    Unforced Errors: 10 Common Mistakes You Don't Want to Make

    Want to avoid some costly mistakes? Have a look at the 10 most common student slip-ups that arise out of not understanding, or not attending to, some course- or university rule or policy.

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  • How I Challenged the International Student Stereotype at My College

    How I Challenged the International Student Stereotype at My College

    Perhaps you’ve heard the saying: “Perception is reality.” If that’s true, then reality can be changed. In some cases new, a new better reality emerges, as it did with me.

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  • Breaking Out of Her Comfort Zone: An Inspiring Story of Student Success

    Breaking Out of Her Comfort Zone: An Inspiring Story of Student Success

    Meet Carmen Nuesi Peralta, a 19-year-old college student, from the Dominican Republic. Carmen overcame significant obstacles, broke out of her comfort zone, and became an inspiration for others.

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  • Five Tips To Help You Tackle Programming

    Five Tips To Help You Tackle Programming

    Five Tips To Help You Tackle Programming by Wiley author, Cay Horstmann.

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  • 3 Tips for Becoming a Better Student

    3 Tips for Becoming a Better Student

    How many of us have said at some point “I wish I knew then, what I know now?” Student contributor, Daniel Iknaian, provides three valuable tips to fellow students.

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  • 4 Tips for Better Note Taking

    4 Tips for Better Note Taking

    We asked faculty members for advice on how to encourage students to take better notes, and they gave us some great practical suggestions below.

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  • Why Learning to Write Well Is a Must for Business Students

    Why Learning to Write Well Is a Must for Business Students

    Many students avoid writing courses, believing the amount of work required will have little return on investment (ROI). But I knew the reward of good writing would more than justify the effort.

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