The problem of procrastination has been in existence since the 7th century before B.C. Hesiod; a Greek poet recommended to his readers avoiding delaying work until tomorrow. This phenomenon describes people of different ages and nationalities. Modern psychologists found several reasons that explain why we postpone things. This helps students because their success depends on how […]Read more
Find a College Scholarship 2018
The idea of student loan debt can be pretty terrifying — especially considering the average 2017 college graduate left school owing more than $37,000 for their education. For the 2018-19 academic year, here’s how much it costs to attend college: Public Two-Year College (in-district students): $3,440 Public Four-Year College (in-state students): $9,410 Public Four-Year College (out-of-state students): […]Read more
How to Pay for College Without Student Loans 2018?
Student loan debt in the U.S. has reached more than $1.3 trillion — including both federal and private student loans. It’s no secret that college isn’t cheap — and the price of education is continuing to increase year after year. Federal student loans can be a great way for students to get help paying for school, but they […]Read more
Free Education in Europe for US Students 2018
Statistics show that in 2016/17 the average tuition fees at an in-state public college were $9,410 and a whopping $32,405 at private colleges. These high fees are one of the reasons why US students are choosing to jump across the pond to Europe, a continent famous for its culture and history and increasingly known for its free degrees. Here’s a list […]Read more
Prepare for the SAT (Scholastic Assessment/Aptitude Test) 2018
The SAT is an extremely important test for those planning to attend college. It’s definitely not one to neglect or ignore until the last minute. Preparing for the exam is the only way to make sure you’re doing your best on test day. Well, that’s all well and good, but how exactly do you study? […]Read more
Prepare for the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) and Avoid the Most Common Mistakes 2018.
What is the GRE? The GRE stands for Graduate Record Examination. It is a type of standardized test for students who aspire to join post-graduate programs in the U.S. and other countries. The GRE is divided into two types of tests. The first one is a general test, and the second one is divided into […]Read more
Pomodoro. Boost Your Productivity !
Getting distracted and procrastination is one of the most common obstacles every student encounters. So many of you have told me that you are struggling with procrastination, and you really want to know how to focus better. I have been searching for the key to productivity for so long, and the Pomodoro method is honestly a life-changer. This […]Read more
Do You Want to Know How to Write a Catchy Title? Hold on!
A catchy title can make your paper stand out from the pile and give your reader a sense of the content, slant, and perspective of your essay. To craft a strong title, you need to focus on the three elements of a standard title: the hook, the key terms, and the source or location. This […]Read more
How to Keep Attention on Essay and Avoid Procrastination
Writing does not usually flow steadily like a rolling stream; instead, for most of us, it alternates between occasional floods and frequent droughts. It doesn’t matter if you’re writing a research paper, novel, blog post, or multiple freelance assignments, you will at times have trouble staying focused on the project. To stay focused on writing, […]Read more
Get Your Dream Job. 2018 Resume Templates.
Maybe you’ve just graduated from university and are struggling to figure out what your dream job might be. Or perhaps you are already working a 9-5 job but are feeling unfulfilled in your current role. Landing your dream job may seem like a daunting task but it can be done with motivation and persistence. You […]Read more