Study Tips for College Students: How to Listen and Learn in a Lecture

In my last week’s article, we learned a little about how to study in college and how to read and learn from a textbook. Though it seems pretty...

How to Read a Textbook Well

You always hear your high school teachers warning you about college and professors, or at least, I did. They liked to list off lots of things that...

Coping With Stress

Stress is obviously not something unique to college students. It’s something we start experiencing as soon as we’re born (though our causes of...

College Prep Options

Are you looking for grants and scholarships to put you to college? This site provides you with tips and advice to help you financially prepare for your undergraduate program. We also provide information on working while in college, loans and mortgages, real estate investing, and more to help get your finances in order when you graduate. Read more on our Grants, Scholarships and Interviews tab.

Are you worried that you cannot bag a scholarship on athletic or academic merit? Consider getting a college grant to help you with your financial need. Whether from federal and state governments, colleges or private organizations, there are funds out there. Explore our resources on researching, applying for and getting funding for your undergraduate program.

Do you want to leverage your academic or athletic ability to get funding for your undergraduate program? Then check out our tips and advice on how to bag a scholarship, from searching for gift aids – whether from the government, colleges and private organizations – filling up forms, acing admission exams and interviews, to spotting scams and more.

So you have shortlisted your preferred college grants and scholarships and submitted your application forms. It’s now time for you to prepare for the interviews. Check out our tips and resources on how to ace an interview to get the financial aid you need for your undergraduate program.

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today

-H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Improving Memory

Improving Memory

Improving memory. Everyone understands why it’s important to improve their memory, but not everyone has taken the time to work specifically on their memory. Improving memory is going to improve all sorts of areas in your life. There are the obvious reasons of being...

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Common Core Pros and Cons

Common Core Pros and Cons

Common Core is a state-led initiative that was created in 2009. Since the beginning of its entry into the national platform, it has been met with criticism and skepticism. Social media posts include videos of crazy, complicated, and new procedures on how to solve a...

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How to Deal With Test Anxiety

How to Deal With Test Anxiety

One of my favorite college roommates I ever had happened during my freshman year. I roomed random and ended up with two girls who became my best friends for a lot of my college experience. One of my roommates, who I will give the nickname of Jill, was a valedictorian...

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Mastering Time Management

Mastering Time Management

Time management is potentially the most useful skill you can attain in college. This skill spills over into all aspects of your life. It’s going to affect class, homework, social life, and your job. Social media can disrupt it, and students who work part-time seem to...

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