Cramming for an exam is not a smart choice for students. Read this to see why.
Do you feel as if learning new things in school or at work is hard for you? A lack of confidence will actually make new learning even harder! Here is a technique called visualization that can help to improve your learning.
With the intense competition for entry into America’s top schools, the college application essay is more important than ever. Although most students dread this assignment, it is the best way to distinguish yourself from other candidates, let the school get to know you, and add a personal touch to your application. Winning admission is about more than just GPA, class rank, and SAT scores. Universities are looking to build a student body with diverse talents, personality, and c...
Arriving at a university or college will be daunting for everyone. For many it may mean living away from home for the first time, which on it’s own may be daunting enough. You will most likely have a hundred questions and a hundred fears; what will it be like? Can I cope with the workload?… Continue reading 15 Secrets to Surviving Freshman Year in College
Did you know that the cost of a 4 year degree program is around $40,000 dollars per year? The cost of a college education is probably the most expensive item in bringing up children today. When you take into account tuition fees, exam fees, living expenses, accommodations, books and computers it's not surprising that the… Continue reading 5 Ways to Fund Your Child’s College Education
Behind every student is a great teacher. And great teachers make great schools. But teachers can't do it alone. The research is clear: Students perform better in school when their parents are actively involved in their education. "Teachers help students soar and make their hopes and dreams come true," said Reg Weaver, president of the… Continue reading 5 Tips for a Winning Parent-Teacher Relationship
College is not for everyone, but that does not mean you shouldn’t pursue some sort of higher education or job training. When you think about your future, what do you envision? Are you doing something you love, or are you just working for a paycheck? How to choose between 4-year colleges and technical schools: Ask… Continue reading 4-year Colleges vs. Technical Schools: You Choose