How to Thank That Favorite Professor

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With some professors, you’re eager to forget their names the moment you walk out of the final exam. Others, however, you always want to remember as they inspire you to try harder, achieve more, and pursue new endeavors. As you get ready to leave school, you might want to thank those professors who made your… Read more »

Why You Might Want to Live With Your Parents After Graduation

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Your graduation ceremony is behind you, and you’re ready to plan your next move. Perhaps you’re considering moving to an employment hotspot or taking a year off to pursue an internship abroad. However, there’s another great option you might not have considered: living with your parents. Reasons like these encourage nearly half of 18- to… Read more »

4 Websites You Should Be Using to Find a Summer Internship

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Summer might seem like the perfect excuse to travel or to work on your tan, but it’s smarter to use your downtime pursuing an internship. A National Association of Colleges and Employers survey found that candidate experience plays a key role in hiring decisions for 95 percent of employers. Nearly half of employers want the… Read more »

Handling Your Student Loan Exit Interview

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You’ve tried to forget about your student loans over the last four years, but now that you’re ready to graduate, you have to face facts. A student loan exit interview prepares you for your first payment and ensures that you understand the rules and regulations you must follow going forward. Below are some tips to… Read more »

To Cram or Not to Cram?

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Yikes! You have a test coming up and you haven’t been as diligent about studying as you should have been. You plan to buy some super-caffeinated beverages, down some sugary snacks, and stay up all night dumping information into your brain. But is cramming really the best way to prepare for that exam? Embed from… Read more »

5 Ways to Boost Your Memory

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Final exams create a whirlwind of activity as they send students into last-minute study groups and cramming frenzies. The problem, of course, is that each of your professors expects you to memorize a formidable list of facts and concepts and to be able to apply them under pressure. If you’re hoping to boost your memory… Read more »

One More Hurdle: The Final Research Paper

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The final research paper for a class might make up a large portion of your courseĀ grade, so it’s vital that you produce something you can be proud of. Writing a research paper is tough, however, so we’ve put together a brief guide on how to get through the process. Embed from Getty Images Start Early… Read more »

Why Volunteering Regularly Is Great

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Remember that one time you volunteered? You were probably busy all day and when you were done, you were exhausted but you felt great. You might not think there’s room in your schedule to make volunteering a regular part of your life, but there are some reasons you should try to squeeze it into your… Read more »

Senior-Year Checklist

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Your impending graduation might fill you with a mixture of excitement and dread. You're excited because all of your hard work is about to pay off, but you might feel a little trepidation because you're not sure how to prepare for what happens next. Use this checklist to ease your stress so you can focus… Read more »

The Most-Lucrative & Least-Lucrative Majors

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Even though there are plenty of ways to offset college costs, you still want to graduate with lucrative career prospects. Whether you plan to pay off student loans, buy a house, or travel the world, you need a decent salary to fund your post-academic life. With that in mind, it’s important to choose a major… Read more »