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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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The Road Less Traveled

Help yourself out by not listening to your academic adviser. Well, not solely anyways. Think of them, as well, an adviser. They give you advice, advice that is considered. They’re not a personal manager, they just get paid/keep their job, … Continue reading

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Grading Academics: why school is failing the class

I love learning. It’s fun, enjoyable, entertaining, and valuable. From superheroes to French bistro, there are an infinite amount of cool things to learn about. School is not learning. School is a business. It receives money from students. The benefit … 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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