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Ready For A Career In Academia?

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in Education & College | 0 comments

Not all of us know what we want to do with our lives. No matter how long you think about it, you might never come up with a job that you want to do when you are all grown up – even if you are grown up right now! Because of this, some people choose to go into academia. Academia is everything that is focused on the academic side of subjects, including...

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The Real Careers That Can Create Good Schools For The Future Generations

Posted by on Jan 5, 2017 in Education & College | 0 comments

While you would never consider taking your children off school, you probably have only a vague notion of who in a school is building the future of the next generation. At a time when parents too easily criticize schools and teachers for the bad behavior of their children, it is absolutely essential to understand where the school responsibility lies and...

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Do You Know Where You’re Going When You Graduate? Follow Your Passion!

Posted by on Nov 12, 2016 in Education & College | 0 comments

For some odd reason, many students know exactly what they’d like to study when going to college but they don’t have the foggiest idea exactly what they’d like to do with that degree once they get it! Typically, this happens with an undergrad degree, so if you are nearing the point of graduating and have yet to decide where you want to go with that...

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3 Excellent Tips for Writing a Research Paper

Posted by on Apr 9, 2016 in Education & College | 0 comments

The bubble of your excitement for research that has been expanding since childhood bursts unexpectedly while actually getting down to the difficult part of writing the research paper. We have provided a few useful tips for you to fill that bubble back up with a huge amount of hysterical air. The prospect of indulging in an actual research is quite exciting....

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Math

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Education & College | 0 comments

Students hate Math. That is a fact of school life, and until recently, it was acceptable (even normal )for a student to need math homework help and still do badly in it. There was no epiphany, no aha moment. It was simply a matter of limping past the finish line, if they were lucky, to go on to the next thing. Unfortunately, poor Math grades have kept...

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To Earn a Top GMAT Grade, Work With an Experienced Instructor

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Education & College | 0 comments

Graduate school can be stressful — and applying thereto can be even worse! Prospective students who have decided to pursue a graduate degree typically fear taking any type of standardized test that may ultimately control their ability to be accepted to grad school. Some students shy away from pursuing a graduate degree simply because they refuse to be...

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