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Online Researching Tips
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Online research can be very intimidating, especially if it is not something you’ve done before. Where to start? What’s reliable? How do I source the papers, websites, articles, or journals that I use? There are plenty of questions to be asked about online research. This guide should help you find a place to start your…

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One Surprising Element of Success: Proper Sleep
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Leaving home for university or college can be a very exciting time in your life. There are new people to meet, new places to see, and new things to learn. In all this excitement, you may easily forget one of the most important elements for success: sleep. A Lack of Sleep Increases Stress You may…

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Creating a College/ University Schedule: What to Consider
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One of the best parts about heading to college or university is the change in your academic hours.  As a high school student, you most likely had a set schedule from 8 to 2 or 9 till 3 or so every day.  Post-secondary school gives you the flexibility and option to plan your school schedule…

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Tips to consider before making the leap from high school to university
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Going to university/ college is one of the most exciting things that a student can do, but it can also be one of the most daunting challenges that you face if you aren’t properly prepared. The average university student will face a wide variety of challenges such as making the grade, making ends meet and…

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Staying Focused During the Holidays
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The holidays can be a busy and distracting time for everyone, including students. With so much going on, including preparing, traveling, spending time with friends and family, etc. it may be easy to overlook your studies during this time. However, if you have homework or projects to be working on, it is important that you…

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How to use your learning style to enhance your education
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It goes without saying that each individual has a unique background and personality. Though each person possesses unique, individual traits, we are often categorized into more generalized groups based on these characteristics. When applying these concepts to the classroom, it becomes apparent that every student has a unique learning style that works best for them. Although…

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High School Career Planning
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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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Participating in Extracurricular Activities to Increase Chances of College Acceptance
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Qualifying for the university of your dreams can be tough. However, there are many things that can be done to increase your chances of qualifying to that college or university. The most obvious and most important is to have good grades, take APs, and write a great essay. However, having a strong background in extracurriculars…

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SAT Redesign
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Spring of 2016 will give a rise to another version of the SAT. Yes, that is correct, SAT format, style, and questions will be redesigned in the near future. Students planning to write SAT before March 2016 will still be writing the current test. How is the new SAT Test different? Optional Essay The redesigned…

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How to Easy Test Taking Anxiety
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As test day approaches, students tend to become nervous and anxious. With the prosperity of their future seeming to hinge on their test score, this anxiety is very natural and expected. That being said, too much anxiety and test-related stress can have a negative effect on both the well-being of the student, and their academic…

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How Proper Note-Taking Can Save You Time
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In order to perform well on any examination, students must fully understand the course material. Often times, students have the potential to understand such material, but they lack the necessary tools to do so. This is why it is very important for students to strengthen their familiarity with the learning skills and tools they have…

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SAT Accommodations for Students with Learning Disabilities
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Students with documented disabilities have the ability to write the SAT with special accommodations. Such accommodations typically include but are not limited to: extended time, extra/longer breaks between sections, computer accommodations, seeing accommodations (such as brail, larger font test booklet etc.) and/or hearing accommodations (such as audiocassettes, auditory amplifications etc.). Eligible students are encouraged to…

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Managing Classes for Students with Learning Disabilities
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Every child deserves to learn. Children with learning disabilities should benefit from their education just as general education student do. The only difference with learning disabled students is that they need to develop the skills that they require to adapt their learning. This means that they should be provided with the type of support and attention…

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The Importance of One on One Preparation
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Students can prepare for their ACT/SAT examination in a variety of ways. Some students study alone, others enroll in general courses, others seek private one on one tutoring. Evidently, this wide array of choice varies in effectiveness. To optimize their score, the student should aim to utilize the most beneficial method.  More specifically, the student…

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Why Doing Homework Can Save Your Grade
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Students are often under the misconception that the learning process is restricted to the classroom. Although it is true that a large portion of the learning happens in the classroom, the belief that ALL the learning is found in the classroom is absolutely false. The overlooked aspect of the learning process is actually found at…

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SAT Subject Tests: Determining Which is Right for You
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In addition to the general SAT test, students are given the chance to write a more specific test on a desired subject. These tests are called SAT Subject Tests and there are 20 of them which cover the 5 following categories: English, Math, Science, Foreign Language and History. SAT Subject Tests give the student a…

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Active Studying Tips
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Active studying is a very important skill to have because it will significantly increase a student’s ability to retain information. If used properly, active studying will drastically decrease the amount of time a student needs to spend studying. Students often spend long hours studying but feel that they can only absorb a small amount of…

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Seeking Assistance in School
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Students are often under the misconception that asking for help is a sign of weakness. This is common because many students think that this act will de-legitimize their grade. Often, the result is that the student will fall behind in their studies and fail. Do not fall for this misconception! Learning is an ambiguous process…

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SAT & ACT Essay Writing Tips
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Frequently, the student will be required to write an essay for their ACT/SAT test. It must be noted that the student is only given 30 minutes to write the essay in the ACT and only 25 minutes to write it in the SAT. Evidently this is not a proper amount of time to write a life changing essay;…

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Proper Use of Study Groups
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Everyone has their own learning style. Some students prefer to study alone without any distractions while others prefer to study in a group. Every student must understand his own learning style in order to maximize their study time. A serious study group is a one of the best techniques to improve your studying. While everyone…

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