Every year, with the beginning of a new college year students all over want to start college the right way. I was in the same boat as you in m freshman year. Excited, overwhelmed, confused, enthusiastic about the new phase of life. But I wish there were somethings I knew before joining college. As a new student, a lot of questions can bog up your
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Grad school can have its ups and downs. From application to what to do once you are in, the blog has many articles written by me and various other master's and PhD students.
These articles provide tips, guidelines and even future prospects by various graduate students from all around.
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It’s been quite some time since college started and you are beginning to feel as if all the resolutions you made are slowly taking the backseat? You have started to lose a sense of time and procrastination seems to be your best friend. You have a lot of tasks to do and never seem to have the time? Losing track in college is an epidemic
Online courses are becoming the norm. They are easily accessible with a steady internet connection, they can be completed at the time and pace or your preference, you can learn anything you want to with a simple google search and the correct subject planning. However, finding these online courses can be tricky. Although the internet has a huge cascade of a variety of courses, it
Writing a CV can be a daunting experience for many. While doing so a lot of students make some common mistakes that are easily avoidable. Encompassing your entire student life and experiences pertaining to an internship or job and putting it in two pages can definitely be a challenge for many. Having faced similar issues and looking back at them, I must say they were easily
Knowing your career options before selecting a certain path is always a good option. It can help you plan ahead, figure out what you might be interested in and how it will shape your lives. This week I bring you an article written by Katie. Written on her own experiences, she writes about how taking the conventional path does not necessarily mean you have it
Grammarly is the bread and butter of my everyday writing tasks. It is an online spelling, grammar and plagiarism checker released in 2009. Writing an email, jotting down thoughts for my blog posts, writing papers for college; there is not one place where I did not put it into use. But for doing so, I have been using the free version which available for all. I always