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5 Ways How Students Can Find Useful Resources For Writing Scientific Research

Posted on July 12, 2016 at 12:36pm 1 Comment

University students can look for different ways to find sources for scientific research. While attending college there can be many required assignments that will entail locating pertinent data sources. All types of students will usually be expected to complete some sort of scientific research. Even…

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How to Manage Effectively Your Time being a College Student

Posted on June 22, 2016 at 4:33am 1 Comment

The old saying goes that time is money and that rings true for some people, but not for the unemployed, who statistically have fewer chances of having money. They mostly have nothing but time in their hands, literally. How is time money for them then? But that is beside the point. What is time for the college student? It is greatness, it is volunteering, it is a party, it is learning, it is getting a girlfriend/boyfriend, it is growing. Essentially, time is what one makes it. Given all the…

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The Importance of Developing and Maintaining Writing Skills During College Time

Posted on June 21, 2016 at 8:58am 1 Comment

Writing is definitely not for everybody. It is a fact. It is often an extremely hard job, but at the same time it can bring you a lot of benefits. Expressing yourself through writing can be wonderful and could serve to expand your experience, imagination and communication skills.

Because writing…

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How to Prepare to Your First Interview After Graduation

Posted on June 13, 2016 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Although formal education is generally understood as training and skill-building for future careers, it is also a treasure trove of experience for post-graduate interviews. The general college curriculum develops students’ ability to interact with colleagues, improve their language proficiency,…

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