5 Ways to Snap Out of Your Senior College Slump

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When you get to be a senior in college and you finally see the light at the end of the educational tunnel, with a cap, gown, and diploma waiting for you, the reality of graduation can quickly set in, leaving you an emotional wreck. It seems like you should be happy to be shed of the burden of learning that ... Read More »

5 Resume Building Tips for College Students

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As a college student, of course your main focus is getting the kind of education that you need in order to land the kind of job that you want following graduation. However, it’s certainly not uncommon to have a full or part-time job while you’re still in school. Not only does it help you with your living expenses but it ... Read More »

How to Persuade Your Employer to Pay for Your Graduate Studies

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Here’s a question. If you could go to graduate school, would you? More specifically, if you could go to graduate school knowing that you wouldn’t have to pay for it, would that be something that you would be interested in? If so, aside from being granted a scholarship or grant (and there are plenty of both that are available), there’s ... Read More »

5 Common College Grad Resume Mistakes to Avoid

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As a recent college graduate with a fresh diploma, you are likely searching for your first official job in the professional world. While you have been prepped by your courses and experiences, it is quite a change to transition from the world of college into the real world. It is important that you present yourself in the best way possible ... Read More »

An Ivy League College Education: Is It Really Worth It?

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Although a college education is still important to have, one thing that continues to be a debate is if an Ivy League Education still comes with as much prestige and admiration as it once did. After all, you can easily spend six-figures on an undergraduate degree alone. Plus, there are a lot of people who are quite success without a ... Read More »

Do You Need to Be Good in Math to Get a MBA?

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If you were to ask any administrator at a business school how important math is to an MBA program, we’re pretty sure that they will sum their answer up in one word: very. Doing well in math speaks to having the ability to think logically, to problem solve and to successfully follow formulas—all of which are essential when it comes ... Read More »

How to Successfully Adjust to Your First Year As a College Student

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Going to college for your first time can be exciting, but it can also be daunting, especially as you start to realize that your life is about to become drastically different. No matter if you are taking online courses at Case Western University or if you are taking in-classroom courses at an Ivy League college, adjusting to life post-high school can seem ... Read More »

5 Ways to Maximize Productivity in College

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If you ask a lot of former college students if there’s something that they regret about school, we’re willing to bet that one of the things many of them will say is that they wish that had been more productive. That’s because college is not just a time to focus on getting the kind of education and skills that you ... Read More »

5 Benefits of Living at Home While Attending College

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Going to college can be a freeing, liberating and challenging experience. However, no matter if you go the University of Florida or one of the University of California schools, you will still be spending a lot of money and you will have limited privacy. Yes, college is a time of excitement and freedom, but unless you have the money saved up, renting ... Read More »

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