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How to Prepare for a College Assessment Test Easily

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December 1, 2016

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Is your college assessment test near at hand? Bet you are feeling nervous. However, we should tell you that it’s not as scary as it seems now. After passing it you’ll understand that it wasn’t so difficult. Many students realize that after the test, but only some of them know why they didn’t find the test difficult. Read the next section to find out!

Assessment Test for College: Why It Is Not Difficult

The trick is that you passed this test via a special program that adjusts to your level. It suggests you to answer the next questions according to answers for the previous ones. The aim of this test is to define which courses will suit you best. No one wants you to fail. Actually, it is impossible. If you have a low level of knowledge you will be in the group with students with the same level of knowledge. Read more

The List of Information Technology Schools of Your Dreams

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March 12, 2016

Due to an overwhelming interest by our readers, we have prepared a  post about information technology schools. We hope that this additional information helps you to choose the best school for your needs in developing IT skills for your future career.

  1. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

RPI places 41st in the ranking of national universities, according to U.S. News Report. It is one of the oldest technical colleges in the US. It was also included in the list of the most innovative schools in 2008. The university offers a master’s degree program that includes information technology courses in software design, management of technology, and database systems. Unfortunately, the university doesn’t offer doctoral programs for students in the IT field.  Read more

Tips for College Students That No One Will Tell You

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March 3, 2016

As a college student, you will find that the college or university environment differs significantly from what you’ve experienced in high school. With that in mind, we have collected the most important tips for college students to help you successfully manage your academic life at college or the university.

  1. Reuse Your Research

It is considered plagiarism to recycle your old research papers. However, you can always reuse your research materials collected two semesters ago for a similar course. When you find it difficult to write your term paper, review the work that you previously completed in similar classes and rethink how that might help you now. If you develop papers each semester based on the research that you conducted previously, you will become knowledgeable on that topic and you make your research more significant as a result. Read more

How to Overcome College Homesickness and Study in Foreign Country

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November 13, 2015

As a little girl, all I dreamed of was joining a study abroad program. Traveling to another country from a little town was a goal of my life. I had a deep wish to travel abroad. Now, years later, I’ve finally decided to choose a study program, transfer tuition, and buy a ticket to study abroad. But when I realized that I was a step away from spending a semester in a foreign country, I actually didn’t want to leave. Read more

The Student Budget Question: Spend Or Not to Spend?

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November 4, 2015

That cute t-shirt may look like a great purchase now, but considering your college student budget, is it really so? As a student, teens are often rushing to spend money they earn on part time jobs, get from parents and birthdays. Students do not always reason out their purchases.  However, as you will be getting older, these decisions will be harder to resolve. There are many aspects to consider when you are an adult. For instance, should you buy that expensive thing you just saw or should you save some money to do dorm shopping during summer.  Read more