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1. Jump-Start Your GPA

You could be a straight A student or a B and C student; no matter which one you are it is always nice to have a way to boost your GPA. The tricky thing with GPA’s is that they only happen twice a year; once at the end of every semester. This can make it hard for you to stay on track, but all you really have to do is get yourself organized and the rest will fall into place; assuming of course that you put the effort in that is required. The following will give you some ideas that could help you give your GPA the push it really needs.

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By Joanne James
Tags: GPA, students, college, schedule, time, work, school, grades, professors
2. Do it Once; Do it Right

Students almost seem like a different kind of breed. You have so much on your plates and so much is expected of you, yet you are still not out in the real world. Because of the limited time you have it can he bard to give everything the amount of time needed for it to be done right. This is a lesson it seems every student has learned the hard way, but your best bet is to put it off until you have the time so you can do it once, and only once.

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By Diane DeMeo
Tags: Students, college, time, projects, schedule, school, work
3. Let Your School Work for You

You do a lot of work for school, so why shouldn’t you make your school work for you? With the amount of money paid in tuition, it hardly seems worth to just go to class and go home. You should try to find ways to utilize your school’s tools and allow the programs to help you. It will require you to put in extra time on-campus, but the benefits will certainly outweigh the negatives.

 

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By Jeanelle DeMarco
Tags: school, career center, library, tutoring, professors, tuition, college
4. What is Career College?

Career college is a school that students can attend who only want to study their concentrated area. This leaves out the general education courses that a traditional four-year college requires such as English and math. It is a quicker way to get the education you desire, though it is not acceptable for all career choices.

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By Ana Schiff
Tags: Career, college, classes, field, business, health, atuomotive, car, engine, school, study
5. Attend an Accredited Online School

Attending an online school is great for the students who really work better when they can do the work on their own time. The problem here is, not all online schools are accredited and you might be wasting your money if you are unsure. It is easy to make sure the online school you are taking classes with is accredited.

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By Ron Waylan
Tags: School, Online, Accredited, classes, web-site, research, transfer, credits
6. Gradute School Search

While you are in your four years of college that is all you probably care to think about. But what about when you are nearing your senior year and grad school is looming? If you know what you are going to go to grad school for early, begin your search!

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By Jason Teller
Tags: Graduate, School, Search, College, Undergrad, Programs, Education
7. Are College loans a good idea if you can't keep decent grades?

It is hard enough to keep good grades when nothing depends on it; it can be even harder when the money depends on it.

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By Student Blogger
Tags: college loans, scholarships, grade dependant, college, classes, loans, school, four-year-plan, grades
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