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1. Repeating College Courses

Sometimes taking a college course only once is a pain, but imagine having to take it for a second time? This is not uncommon in college and a main reason why students end up having to take summer courses or wind up staying for more than four years. Something that students tend to forget is that one way or another the school is going to get paid for those courses. You will either have to pay now or later, so wouldn’t it just be better for you if you only took and paid for it once? This can be easier said than done, but trust me taking it again just is not worth it.

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By Samantha Pizzani
Tags: courses, repeat, class, college, professor, help, tutor, plan, advisor, work
2. Math Minds and Creative Minds

Starting around high school is when students begin to realize whether they are math minds or creative minds. The creative minds lean more towards writing and theater while the math minds revel in math and science. Whichever category you fall into can make the other subjects difficult. Take this from a creative mind who has dreaded math since sixth grade. For the past seven years math has been a black cloud hanging over my head pointing and laughing the entire time.

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By Kate McDonald
Tags: math, creative, help, students, college, writing, methods, essays
3. 4 Things Every Student Should Focus On

Everyone knows students are very busy. There is a lot to be done in a short amount of time and there is little time left for other activities or even winding down. It can be hard to focus without letting outside influences hold you back, but having a clear idea of what to focus on is the best place to start. There should be certain things in students’ lives that they do not allow people to stand in the way of.

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By John Sheindler
Tags: Focus, students, studying, classes, professors, help, resume, GPA
4. 4 Things Every Student Should Know

There is a lot of information for students to know to make it through high school and college while earning decent grades. There is more for students to know than the information the schools give them, but who is going to inform them? Having gone through college recently, I have come up with a list of four things that every student should know whether they are in college or in high school.

 

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By Sarah Morgans
Tags: professors, help, E-mails, lessons, quizzes, tests, GPA, goals
5. Attend High School Online

With the current surge of online courses for college, it seems like a natural progression to make its way to the high school systems. Students are starting to realize that the mundane life of the high school education no longer needs to happen. Some students cannot attend school due to illness or just work well at their own pace. Whatever the case may be, obtaining a high school diploma online is more popular than ever.

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By Daniella Reid
Tags: High School, Diploma, Online, Job, Illness, Help, Teacher, Subjects, Penn Foster High School, McAulife Academy Online, College, Accredited
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