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1. 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
2. Where Do You Want To Be?

Knowing what you want out of a life is a big decision to make. Everyone realizes what they want in life at different times, but many have whiffs of where they would like to be during college. The issue here is that people change and so do hopes and dream. There is nothing you can do about your changing feels, but when you have a strong feeling about something you should jump on it. If you are one of those people whose dreams change every month, you might want to reevaluate where you are in your life now and where you see yourself in the future.

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By Julie Kohler
Tags: plan, future, college, work, career, business, life, writing, journalism
3. Online Jobs are Growing

With the Internet doing everything short of washing your dishes, there are many possibilities available. People are creating their own jobs as well as searching for ways to work from home. Companies need people who are trained in computers and considering the Internet can be accessed from just about anywhere now with wifi, online jobs are becoming a great way to be employed. A college education is likely required if you are trying to get a job with a company but if you are starting up your own computer business then feel free to have as much or as little education as you desire as long as you know what to do to make your business successful.

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By Kayla Marcos
Tags: Online, jobs, writing, banking, E-mails, home, Internet, computer
4. Senior Year of College

Your senior year will be the busiest time of college. The best thing you can do is stay organized and keep up with all of your appointments, assignments, and meetings. Lists are the best way to do this.

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By Donna Carter
Tags: Senior, College, Graduation, Lists, Appointments, Assignments, Job, Internship, Professors, Reading, Writing, Group work
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