Category Archives: GPA

Forget the Apple, Give em Candy: academic survival tips

1) Saving some money: One semester I needed 13 books. These books generally run from $50 – $200. So I could have easily been spending over a grand for these. Ya, no thank you. To avoid this, I checked the … Continue reading

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Graded on the Curve; three little letters that affect your future

When I hit college I heard a line that shocked me. If it happened once, I would have simply deemed that person disconnected from reality. However, the more I went, the more I heard it. It was stated as fact, … Continue reading

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Keep Your Eye on the Board; and other college techniques

Your clothes, your car, your home, your pets, and even your lunch, can say a lot about you. But have you ever considered what your seat can say? Here are some things to think about, the next time you walk … Continue reading

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The Hunger Grades: Don’t Leave Your Seat Until the Bell Rings

College is hard. This is just some advice to help students get through. Finishing up my Freshman year came with some pretty big academic setbacks. Two grades derailed all my hard work and effort. Understanding enemy #1, however, would have … Continue reading

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