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18 Nov Posted by in Career Development, Career Planning, Colleges and Universities, Education, Managing Your Education, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Learning a Second Language

Learning a Second Language

Learning a Second Language

Introduction Learning a second language has had an immense impact on my life as a student, an employee and on the day to day interactions I have. It’s an experience and a skill that can be beneficial to any life. It’s not easy to learn a language, but it’s a culturally enriching and rewarding experience.…

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09 Sep Posted by in Career Development, Career Planning, Colleges and Universities, Leadership and Skills Development, Managing Your Education, Parenting, Uncategorized | Comments Off on An Interest in the Arts During High School = Music to the Ears of Your Future

An Interest in the Arts During High School = Music to the Ears of Your Future

An Interest in the Arts During High School = Music to the Ears of Your Future

Many students across North America are starting to realize that it takes more than just good grades in high school to be successful after high school. Extracurricular activities are almost necessary nowadays when it comes to being accepted into colleges, and knowing important skills and facts that school cannot necessarily teach you is essential to…

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5 Simple Steps to Improve your Confidence for Test-Taking

5 Simple Steps to Improve your Confidence for Test-Taking

It is not a far stretch to say that preparation for any test at school begins in the classroom. Any material that is covered in class could appear on a test, and the time spent with the material in class is practice for a test. There are many things you can do for yourself to…

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4 Simple Steps to Increase Your Problem Solving Mastery

4 Simple Steps to Increase Your Problem Solving Mastery

Every single subject taught in school is evaluated in one way: by having students solve problems. These problems take many different forms. In English, you may be asked to write about literary features of a book, poem, or play. In history, you may be asked to analyze a particular historical event, and its effects on…

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Are AP classes right for you?

Are AP classes right for you?

Advanced placement (AP) classes are high school classes which cover first year university or college curricula. These courses go in depth and cover content beyond what the average high school student would learn. There are many ways taking an AP class can benefit you. Learn What You Love AP classes are offered for various subjects…

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High School Career Planning

High School Career Planning

If you find yourself  wondering what to do after high school, here are few things to think about. First and foremost, you may be asked the popular question, “What program are you going into”. Well,  in order to decide, it is important that you take your time and consider both your current interests and your future…

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10 Jul Posted by in Career Development, Colleges and Universities, Education, Leadership and Skills Development, Parenting, Uncategorized | Comments Off on How Important is a Minor in College?

How Important is a Minor in College?

How Important is a Minor in College?

Whether you’re going into university knowing exactly what you want to do for a career or you’re going into university still filled with confusion, it is important to consider a minor. University is much different than secondary school in a lot of ways. One of them being that your university program will be much more…

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The Importance of Critical Thinking

The Importance of Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is very important for students. It enables them to think on their own, and examine their study from a higher level of understanding. Critical thinking is the principle of open-minded, evaluative, and objective thinking. It allows students to understand academic concepts through multiple lenses, from multiple perspectives. This allows students to develop insights,…

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26 Jun Posted by in Career Development, Leadership and Skills Development, Parenting, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Life Lessons Learnt in High School

Life Lessons Learnt in High School

Life Lessons Learnt in High School

I spent twelve years in school and a few more for the post secondary education. After finishing my long academic career I wonder, what have I actually learned from the school? Is my degree the only reward of my studies? Have I only learned maths and sciences? The answer I get is school was not only…

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Preparing for College/ University

Preparing for College/ University

If you’re like most high school students, preparing for college can be very stressful. While a few students knew from an early age what profession they wanted to get into, the majority of students struggle to determine what field they want to pursue, much less a specific job. Below is a list of things to…

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