Choosing a career sounds intimidating. I remember staring down at the “aptitude test” I took in high school and laughing as the list of potential career options included minister… That test clearly wasn’t going to do me very much good.
Hey guys! This week I’m posting a guest post by Travis from Student Loan Planner and the host of the Student Loan Planner podcast. Student loans are a complicated and expensive thing and the help of an expert can be
I’m going to start by warning you – The myth of college partying is a big tangled mess of conflict of interest. There are a lot of people hoping that you fall for it because that’s going to make them
Extraordinary grades are not the result of extraordinary efforts. Extraordinary grades are the result of intelligent efforts. Most of the points you score in class come from a small percentage of your work. If you focus on those really valuable
Hi guys! Sleep is a fundamental part of learning. This week I’m going to be sharing a guest post from Christine Huegel of Mattress Advisor. She goes over the science and art of taking advantage of sleep for better grades.
Some teachers suck. I just read a story from a reader. Her teacher gave permission for a student, “Tony” I’ll call him, to go use the restroom. Tony left the classroom. Within two minutes, the teacher was talking to another
I’m always surprised by the depths that people will go to fool themselves. People hate to hear the truth. They want to hear the pleasant dripping of the rain on their tin roof but they never want to step out