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Things to Do on Groundhog Day
Groundhog day can be a fun holiday for college students. Make the most out of it by planning some fun activities for you and your friends.
The Common Application
Busy college applicants who want to save time and avoid rewriting the same information will want to investigate The Common Application.
Thanking the Admissions Interviewer
After admissions interviews, itís important to thank the interviewers. Sending a thank you note is considered a common courtesy and its absence is noticed. Sending a thank you note is also an opportunity for you to help keep your application fresh in the mind of the interviewer.
Textbooks on a Student Budget
Paying for books each academic term can put a major strain on your budget. Here are ways to access the textbooks you need while working within your budget.
Test Taking Strategies - Preparation
Test taking can be a challenge. Even when you have studied for a test, you may still have difficulty recalling important information and solving problems. Effective test preparation can improve your performance on tests.
Test Taking Strategies - During the Test
To do well on a test, it takes more than studying to do well on tests. There are some basic techniques that can be used during tests that are helpful on most college tests.
Test Taking Strategies - After the Test
Following a test, it is important to reflect on it to prepare effectively for future tests. Whether you will need to understand the information for future tests, similar courses, or just for general knowledge, reviewing will help you retain more knowledge and perform better on future tests.
If you are experiencing test anxiety, it is important to implement strategies to help you cope with stress and to improve your study skills. In addition, it is beneficial to seek help from college personnel and to utilize campus resources.
Steps to getting strong teacher evaluations for college applications.
Taking the LSAT
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized admissions test. It is required as part of the application by all American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited law schools, as well as by other many other law schools.
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