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The holiday decorations started appearing in stores even before the last of the Halloween candy had cleared away—so it’s no surprise that the season of spending is upon us. As a college student nearing the end of the semester, your … Continue reading
College is different than high school. Not a big news flash, I know. But when it comes to academics, it’s a message that can’t be repeated enough. If you got by in high school with minimal studying, that’s not going … Continue reading
If you’re a high school junior, the SAT and ACT are a big deal this year. They don’t have to be a source of stress for you, however. By planning ahead and approaching the tests with the right mindset, you’ll … Continue reading
You’ve probably taken plenty of standardized tests in your life so far, but the ones you’ll take this year are different. The PSAT/NMSQT® (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is taken at the beginning of your junior year and is … Continue reading
By now you’ve probably had a few weeks to get settled in at college. You’re probably getting to know a few people on your floor and are finding people to share meals with on a regular basis. But it takes … Continue reading
You may feel ready for the academic and social challenges of college—but are you ready for the financial end of things? If you’re feeling a little uncertain in that regard, you’ve got a couple weeks to shape up and get … Continue reading
I hate to be the one bring it up, but school is about to get rolling again. Before the new year kicks in and you start moving on autopilot, take some time to sit back and really think about what … Continue reading
A lot of job-hunting advice is aimed at recent college graduates, but honestly, there’s plenty to do to prepare for your eventual job search from the minute you start college as a freshman. You can and should be taking steps… Continue reading
If you’re starting an internship this summer and want to stand out, there’s a simple way to do it, no matter what assignments you’re given: demonstrate the work habits of a pro. Be prompt. Being on time is the first… Continue reading