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14 Tips to Master the GED Test the Next Time You Take It

Your ability to master the GED test hinges on attaining the difficult score of 800. There are four sections to the exam, and each one is worth up to 200 points. Scoring a 145 on each exam is considered “passing.” No matter how well you’d like to do on the exam, it helps to have […]
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10 Ways Students Can Stop Bullying

Over the last several years, there has been increased awareness of the importance to stop bullying in our schools and universities. As suicide rates contributed to bullying are higher than they should be, there is a larger number of students who are fed up with the negativity and ready to do something about it. If […]
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10 Things to Stop Doing When You Apply for a Job

Starting to apply for a job can be a stressful yet hopeful time. You want to think that every attempt you put out into the world will go your way, but the truth of the matter is that you will get far less of the jobs you actually apply for. No sweat. Happens to all […]
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10 Things to Stop Doing When Failing a Class

Failing a class can be frustrating, especially when you’re in the process of doing it and feel the end result is inevitable. How are you supposed to get yourself out of this situation if you’re the one who put yourself in it? In the following article, we’re going to be dealing with the answers to […]
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11 Ways to Survive Teachers Who Humiliate Students

When teachers humiliate students, it can get ugly fast, causing students to shut down and fall behind their peers. While there are more protections in place at the high school level for this, college is a different story. The professor is still viewed in a godlike manner in many campus cultures, and the expectation to […]
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8 Ways Academic Writing Can Go Wrong

Academic writing is a skill that every student will need to achieve some level of proficiency before they can excel in the real world. Being able to do it effectively puts you on the same plane as your peers and professional colleagues, and it helps you with a number of functions that we’re about to […]
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10 Constructive Criticism Tips for Peer Review Groups

Constructive Criticism

Taking constructive criticism can be hard to deal with, but do you really think it’s any easier for the people doling it out? Well, maybe for the particularly sadistic it is. But most of us live in a world where we like to be nice and preserve each other’s feelings. If this pertains to you […]
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13 Success Strategies for Students

You should never run out of success strategies that you’re willing to turn to in times of great pressure, anxiety, or crisis. We know you have a lot to choose from out there, and that’s a good thing. We’re going to do our part to help you along by offering some of the best advice […]
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Overworked Students: 10 Steps to Keep It from Happening to You

Overworked students are as common on high school and college campuses as overworked workers are in the workforce. There are just too many obligations for hours in the day. Get used to it, they say! But what if we were to tell you you didn’t have to “get used to it”? What if we were […]
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25 Time Management Tips for Working Smarter, Not Harder

Time management has become something of an obsession for our society today. With libraries of books written on the subject – particularly, how to use it to your advantage in the age of technology – it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that your greatest tool for better managing time is still yourself. Still, […]
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