How to Prepare Yourself for College

Senior year can be a a lot of things: exciting, sad, tedious, terrifying. It can be all of this and a lot more, senior year is both tough and liberating. But as summer winds down and you find yourself staring down the barrel of your last year at school, there’s a lot you can do to prepare yourself for college once you get that diploma youR...

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Things to do to Prepare for College

So you’ve just been accepted to university! Congratulations! This experience promises to be an exciting time in your life. It’s much better than high school. However, that admission letter isn’t like the Golden Ticket from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. You’re not guaranteed to get in just by receiving it. You̵...

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High School Bucket List

High school is one of the most exciting times in the lives of many teenagers. It is a time of academic hard slog accompanied by fun, exciting moments with friends. Your high school years will inevitably come to a close but why not go out with a bang? Don’t let academics take the fun from your final year! Creating a high school bucket list for you...

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Study Skills for High School Students

Let’s face it, most students I know would rather do almost anything than study for their algebra test that they have bright and early the next morning. Who wants to work on equations when it has already been a long day at school and you’ve been working on homework for hours? I think we can all agree that although studying is not on our ...

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Doctor, I Think Have a Case of the Senioritis

It’s your senior year. It’s your last year to walk on your high school campus grounds and attend all your periods from a typical 8AM-3PM schedule. And as the year progress, it seems as though the end is so far but within your reach. You finished your college applications and all your standardized tests so a lot has been lifted off your shoulder...

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Should I Study Abroad During High School?

I bet you hear a lot of people attending college who take the opportunity to either take a summer, a semester, or a whole year abroad to another country to learn and take classes at the university there. That option is easily accessibly and readily available at any college you’ll attend. It’s a great opportunity and every student should at lea...

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High School Study Abroad Programs

Why wait till college to study abroad when you can take advantage of an amazing experience in high school. If you are under 18 years old it is imperative to get your parent / guardian to approve of your decision to travel abroad. There are different time periods you can choose travel. You can become a exchange student or travel abroad for the summe...

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4 Simple Ways To Avoid Senioritis

“Senioritis – A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts. Also features a lack of studying, repeated absences, and a generally dismissive attitude. The only known cure is a phenomenon known as...

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College Preparation Checklist

Stressed. That’s what many students will feel if they don’t properly prepare for what could be the best years of their life — college. Don’t let yourself feel overwhelmed and unprepared! Before you make your way to a university, make sure you’ve done everything you need to to get you there. Here are some items you’ll want to add to your...

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Preparing for the Real World: College and Career Readiness

You’ve made it this far in college. You’ve survived everything that everyone warns you about. The all-nighters, the stress, the professors, the exams. All of those daunting things are behind you. Or you’ve dealt with them enough for them to not really phase you anymore. Here’s your next daunting task: finding a job. Many stu...

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