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11. 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
12. 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
13. 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
14. 3 Questions Every Student Should Ask

New students and current students have a lot on their plates. There is a lot of information to be known and much of it is not presented to you unless you specifically ask the right people. You should always feel free to contact your professors with any questions you might having regarding classes or the school. If they do not provide you with the information you are looking for, you should move on to the administration. They are the ones who should know the ins and outs of the school and provide you with the answers you are looking for.

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By Mark Daniels
Tags: Students, questions, professors, administration, GPA, curriculums, events, planning
15. 4 Tips for The Master’s Student

It can be hard going to college for four years and then committing to another two in order to earn your Master’s Degree. Though might sound like the last you want to do, it will be something that can help boost your career as well as your paycheck. Whether you have a job and will be attending school part time or are just going to focus solely on your degree, it will not be the easiest thing in the world, but it will likely be easier than those four years you just spent taking courses you know you will never use.

 

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By Danielle Raegan
Tags: Master's Degree, students, graduate school, on campus, online, time, study, classes, work, job, pay
16. Earn Your Entire Degree Online

Online is the way to go if you are crunched for time or just have many things going on at once. Students are finding it harder to find the enthusiasm to attend the four years of college in a classroom setting, especially after four years of high school. Earning your entire degree online can be the way to go if you need a change of setting and work better on your own time.

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By Melanie Brenna
Tags: Degere, online, students, time, jobs, high school, assignments, work, classroom
17. Study Online

We can do everything online these days such as paying bills and even getting a degree. Studying online is very helpful for those who need to find a way to study or need a challenge.

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By Melina Johnson
Tags: Study, Online, students, class, math, history, languages, tests, quiz
18. Choosing Your Major

One of the most important things you will do after choosing what school you would like to attend is what you want to major in. Now, this does not need to be done in your freshman year, but your sophomore year you should at least have a good idea about what you would like to major in.

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By Amanda Valenti
Tags: major, credits, graduation, career center, academic advisor, students, interests
19. College Textbooks

Purchasing textbooks is unnecessarily expensive. Why do they have to make them so much money? Honestly, when it comes down to it, college and books are a business. They can get away with charging so much because students need these books and will pay for them no matter what the price.

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By Jen Martin
Tags: textbooks, money, business, students, bookstore, internet, online, used-books, small fee, saving money
20. Online Learning is the Future

Students from everywhere in the world are attending American higher education institutions. But how is this possible if they are still staying in their home countries?

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By Lou Lynch - ValueofaDegree.com
Tags: Online Learning, higher education institutions, international students, Financial aid, loans, online classes, FAFSA, scholarships, online courses, Students, Continuing education classes

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