An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. This is a quote by Benjamin Franklin also known as my Uncle (in another life). As much as I would like to talk about my Uncle, let us focus more on what he said.
I joined college to pursue higher education with the main goal of gaining the necessary skills to enable me to start my own business afterward. One of the classmates that caught my attention in the first few days in the college was a lady called Kate.
There is no doubt, studying in college is really hard because you have to take classes, do assignments, and read hard on a daily basis. However, you can always make things easier with the following few steps.
I was the greatest procrastinator of all the procrastinators that ever lived. Okay, that was an exaggeration but just to give you the full picture.
Obviously, most jocks and cheerleaders would rather be occupied in the football pitch or basketball court instead of being held up in a library doing some boring reading.
Tweet Introduction One of the most important factors for a college student today is the Grade Point Average (GPA). This is the main performance indicator at this level of education.
As much as most people would like to finish college before settling down in marriage, things don’t work that way all the time. Sometimes the unplanned happens, and you have to assume the responsibilities of parenthood as you study.
Tweet Here are a few tips to help you get through these next four years. 1. Don’t Cram…but maybe do… We’ve been told time and time again NOT to cram.
Tweet With so many things going on in your life at the same time, how do you balance your academic schedule and social life so you can have a fulfilling
Tweet To get the most out of your college experience, consider these suggestions. Tip # 1: Join a Study Group Find a study partner or group that relates to a
Tweet As you delve into your studies, you may find that you have difficulty studying. Maybe your roommates are distracting in your dorm room, the wind blows too hard outside