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Archive for February, 2011
Today college instructors are more aware than ever of the opportunities students have regarding plagiarizing their work. There are numerous web sites devoted to selling essays. Likewise, the ease of copying and pasting text from obscure websites has also led to the rise of plagiarism. Unfortunately, because of plagiarism's prevalence, sometimes college instructors are quick […]
The GRE, or Graduate Record Examination, is a test that is often required of students as a means of gauging their preparedness for graduate-level work. Students who wish to apply for a master's program often have to submit their GRE scores to their university of choice with their other application materials. The GRE General Test […]
When you get to college, your reading skills will be put to the ultimate test. If you don't have a penchant for reading in the first place, you're certainly not going to like the idea of sloughing through thick textbooks and dragging your way through long literature assignments. The good news is there are ways […]
Everybody falls sometimes.
An effective cover letter is one of the most important components of any job application. While a thorough and diverse resume is essential, an employer determines whether to even review a resume based on an applicant’s cover letter. Cover letter writing can be difficult, but learning to write an effective and concise cover letter that […]
Everyone has their own preference when it comes to the way they take in information, and the place they get the most work done. For some it can be in a library, others enjoy the comfort of their dorm room. But for those who go to school online, their options expand beyond the general confines […]
There's no doubting it, college is a stressful time. As a student you can expect to get stressed and overwhelmed more than a few times. Quite honestly, with tests and homework, long nights and busy days, there's just no way around it. However, just because you are stressed doesn't mean it has to consume you. […]
These are the types of games that you’ll end up trying to master in a single sitting.
Some of the most studious, organized students have to pull all-nighters every once in a while. This is simply because the heavy college course load requires it. Although you should study for a test at least a few weeks in advance, you may need to stay up all night to review material the night before. […]