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6 Types of Students Teachers Don’t Like

students type teachers dont like

Anyone who has attended school will agree that teachers often show preference over certain students for one reason or another. It is not that the teacher is biased with anyone; it’s just that the teacher does not like the way some of the student’s study or pay attention in class.  (more…)

How Smart Students Spend Their Winter Break

Winter break

If you’re like the average student, you consider winter break as a time to free your mind from all your school worries, enjoy some quality time with friends and family, and perhaps return to your alter ego—you know, the one that spends countless hours sitting on the couch watching pointless TV shows while munching on junk food. It’s perfectly acceptable to do things not related to school at all, but smart students know how to use the winter break to get some much-needed rest while staying productive at the same time. (more…)

Get Mentally Prepared for a New Academic Year

Back to school

Over the whole school, college and university life of an average student, there has never been and will hardly be a day without at least a little mental stress. The end-of-summer-vacation discomfort is a tough challenge for many these days. A lot of stressors, however, can be prevented or minimized in different ways before the beginning of a new academic year to start it with ease. And most of them are surprisingly simple even when there’s only a week before school. (more…)

How to Minimize Time Spent on Homework in Summer

Do homework at summer

It’s been many years since the necessity of the summer homework packet was first questioned but nothing has actually changed about that for students. Some persistently defend student’s rights to have rest whereas others take the opposing position stating that children will end up with a knowledge loss if they are not given homework at all. (more…)

10 Best Summer Camps in the US for 2018

Best Summer Camp in USA 2018

If there’s anything that excites kids and teenagers more than school vacation, it’s going to a summer camp. This marks the time of year when they can engage in outdoor activities, try out new sports, and make new friends—all while honing their life skills.

Nothing compares to a full day of activities that leave the participants feeling exhausted yet looking forward to the next day for more. While the old summer camps focused on the basics such as ceramics, hiking, and archery, many of the summer camps today offer a wider range of activities. Some even focus on one specific activity such as acting or marine biology. Surely, there’s a great summer camp out there for everybody. (more…)

How Being One with Nature Beats Exam Stress

Nature like exam anti-stress

Being a student means being stressed. Stress rains down on you from different factors like socialization, family, personal life and studying on the top of them all. And the culmination of all academic stresses is the exam stress coming out from the moment the teacher announces the date of your exam and all the tension, anxiety and panic build up. (more…)

12 Tips to Pass Your Exam with Little Time to Study

Prepare for exam

Is there an important exam right around the corner? You might be starting to panic, thinking that there’s no way for you to get a good grade considering the little time left to study. This is something virtually all students deal with at one point or another. There’s also a good chance that this isn’t the first time you need to cram for an exam. But you should accept the fact that you have to take the exam no matter how much you’d want to skip it. (more…)

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