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How C Students Outperform A Students in the Real World

C student vs A student

In a world that has seen countless changes over the years, it’s crazy how one thing seems to have remained unaffected—the education system. The typical classroom setting first came about in the late 1800’s, a time that called for obedient workers to fill the workstations of factories owned by big corporations. Read the rest of this entry »

When is Homework Too Much

Do you ever feel that you are working thrice the number of assignments that you should? Sometimes you feel so swamped with homework you have to bring home that it feels like you have no more free time to spend for yourself and for your friends and family? Read the rest of this entry »

Why There Shouldn’t Be Homework During Winter Break

Stop Assigning Homework Over the Winter Break

Ever experienced feeling so excited about the winter break but your professor suddenly assigns packets of worksheets? It’s safe to say that pretty much all students have had that one professor who doesn’t seem to understand the concept of vacation. Read the rest of this entry »

10 Things Students Look Forward to Over Winter Break

Winter Break

It’s the season to be jolly!

A long and dreadful fall semester has come and goes, which means the holiday season is finally upon us. It’s time to bid goodbye to your books, take a break from exhausting homework and head back home to spend the most wonderful time of the year with old friends and family.

And since you don’t want to waste your vacation by thinking ofhat your GPA will be, here are 10 things to look forward to over winter break. Read the rest of this entry »

Should I Sleep or Do my Homework?

should i sleep or do my homework

Have you ever experienced pushing through exhaustion just to finish your homework? Were you satisfied with the grades you received?

If you’re like the average student, then there’s a good chance that you answered no to this question. And even if you did well and got high marks on the assignment, you probably had very little energy to stay attentive in class the next morning.

Such is the life of students, especially those who are studying in a college or university. Unlike in the earlier years of education, your professors won’t bother hearing your excuses. They will simply give you a big, fat zero for a grade, and there’s nothing you can do to turn back time and correct the situation. Read the rest of this entry »

Preparation for the New Academic Year

back to school

Any academic year begins suddenly as if you haven’t even heard of its start, huh? And sometimes this quick shift back to active brain work and other onerous factors may hurt even the most stress resistant minds. However, we have a number of tips for you to get distracted from that burden and start step by step painless preparation for the new studying semester.  Read the rest of this entry »

Short Student Tips for Great Summer

When summer comes, there appear two types of students: the one that is eager to spend every minute of their summer actively, and another, willing to only seat in front of a laptop to play computer games/watch series or do any other effortless things, watching the warm days go by. And usually, sooner or later, both of them may think over and even Google the ways of how to spend the summer productively. So here they are, your saving tips on an effective summer. Read the rest of this entry »