Freshman Firsts: How to Handle Your First Adult Hurdles By Eileen O'Shanassy

The first year in college is often one of the most challenging times in a young student’s life. Not only is there a new set of academic standards you have to meet, you must also learn how to take care of yourself and live on your own for the first time. But jumping those adult hurdles like filing taxes, doing your FAFSA, and dealing with mold can be more difficult than you might imagine. Luckily, just a little organization and dedication can make your first year of adult life a successful one.

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How to Write Your Research Paper in Less than 24 Hours By Livia Susan

Research paper writing is undoubtedly an integral part of academic life. Millions of students all over the world are struggling each day to meet the stringent deadlines set by their universities. Students who master the art of writing sound, well-structured research papers within the given timelines are likely to have a more successful academic career. However, there is no secret spell to effective research paper writing within a short period. All you need is an organized workflow and a systematic approach. Patience, of course is the key to writing a flawless research paper within a very short time. This article will enrich you with some useful tips to end up with a professional research paper in less than 24 hours.

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4 Great Degrees to Give Your Career a Massive Shot in the Arm By Anica Oaks

One of the best ways to give your career a boost is to continue your education. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what kind of degree you have now, if any. You can always return to school for the purpose of getting the qualifications you need for a more-exciting and better-paying job. The following are four of the best degrees to jump start your career.

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Best Online Business Degree Programs

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Business administration programs cover the practical elements of running a business. Courses explore how financial actors assess costs and financial risks, logistical needs, market trends, and other factors that influence modern businesses and organizations. This broad field draws from a range of academic disciplines, including management, economics, philosophy, social sciences, and mathematics.

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Transferring from a Community College – 2 + 2 Agreements

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Many American students –and 90,000 international students—attend a community college for the first two years of university studies. With nearly 1,200 community colleges in the country, there are many benefits of this model in comparison to studying all four years at a university. Community colleges offer significantly lower tuition, smaller classes and strong student support. For students who plan to earn a bachelor’s degree, the transition from community college to the university for the final two years can be quite easy.
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Where Can I Study English in San Francisco, California? By Brianna Burrows

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San Francisco is located in Northern California and is a culturally diverse and progressive city. It is well known for its start-ups and tech industry, as well as finance, education, music, theater, and history. San Francisco is a great city for international students to learn English. Below are three schools where you can study English in San Francisco, California.

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How to Further Your Education When You’re Already Established in Life By Hannah Whittenly

“A mind is a terrible thing to waste.”

This slogan, trademarked by the United Negro College Fund, is universally true. The mind is such a powerful thing and everyone has one. If you’d like to tap into the power of your mind, getting a well-rounded education is a major part of this process. If you’re older and already established, then you might think it’s too late for you to get back in the ring and learn new things. While you may feel uncomfortable on a college campus with people in their late teens and early twenties, it’s still good to get back out there in different ways. Here is what you can do:

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How to Decide if Entrepreneurship is the Next Big Step for You By Amanda Wilks

The first concept on the path to entrepreneurship can be summed up in a single word: risk. The difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur lies in the entrepreneur’s thirst for risk. A business owner avoids risk to preserve the value of their business operation. Entrepreneurs thrive on risk as a constant motivation to achieve their goals and success.

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5 Master’s Degrees with Almost Limitless Possibilities By Lizzie Weakley

If you want to get a good high paying career, getting a college degree is absolutely crucial. However, while you could settle for an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree, you should seriously consider obtaining a master’s degree. There are many fantastic master’s degrees to choose from that can give you a wide array of career choices. Below is a list of master’s degrees that can provide you with almost limitless possibilities.

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